celikada
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ivt bluesoleil

Tue Apr 18, 2006 3:08 pm

i am useing an ivt bluesoleil bluetooth dongle and i think it is used ivt stack.

if i want to just discover devices which is in my range, is this work?

because i can not see my s60 series phone with useing the findAndConnect project.

my phone is discoverable also my phone and my laptop are paired

service discovery is not important to me!

Jonas
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RE: ivt bluesoleil

Tue Apr 18, 2006 3:11 pm

BlueTools only support Widcomm and Microsoft stack.


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Jonas
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celikada
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RE: ivt bluesoleil

Tue Apr 18, 2006 3:43 pm

but there is no exception trown!
i changed the stackID's order like this:

try
{
manager = Manager.GetManager();
switch(Manager.StackID)
{
case StackID.STACK_WIDCOMM:
lStackID.Text = "WidComm Bluetooth Stack";
break;
case StackID.STACK_MICROSOFT:
lStackID.Text = "Microsoft Bluetooth Stack";
break;
}
}
and program allways select microsoft case
but in the ivt web site talk about the ivt stack

is this means there is no ivt stack?
so why i cant dedect my nokia 7610?

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johan
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RE: ivt bluesoleil

Tue Apr 18, 2006 3:51 pm

If you are running Windows XP, you got a MIcrosoft stack installed. That is why it is detected. A different question is whether you have Bluetooth hardware (dongle) that supports the MS stack. When you try to use BlueTools in this situation you will have an error when trying to use the Netowork object.

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Johan

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celikada
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RE: ivt bluesoleil

Tue Apr 18, 2006 4:27 pm

wow!

thank you:)

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