Hello hhedge and Jonas.
I am trying a similar experiment as hhedge. I have a bluetooth-enabled blood pressure that acts as a bluetooth master. After measuring the bleed pressure, it searches for an advertised service called "PWAccessP" with COD filter "00000000".
I downloaded the BlueTools SDK. I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 on Windows XP SP2. I am using SimpleService sample application found in dotNet, dotNet200. The only modification that I made are the trial license key and changing the service name to "PWAccessP" in the following line
m_service = new LocalService(ServiceType.SerialPort, "PWAccessP", "PWAccessP");
When I run SimpleApplication on my laptop, I get the following exception:
 Franson.BlueTools.BlueToolsException: Failed to bind to bluetooth socket
at Franson.BlueTools.Toolkit.PullException(IntPtr obj)
at Franson.BlueTools.Server.Advertise(Service service, Int32 SCN)
at SimpleService.Form1.bAdvertise_Click(Object sender, EventArgs e) in C:\Program Files\Franson\BlueTools SDK v1.21\dotNet\C#\SimpleService\Form1.cs:line 509
I get the same exception when I use SimpleService in dotNet200.
Then I installed the BlueTools.arm.CAB on my i-mate Jasjar (HTC UNIVERSAL). I have Windows Mobile 6.1 on it. I compiled the SimpleService sample application in dotNetCF and dotNetCF200 folder. When I run the application on the PDA and click Advertise, the status changes to Service Advertised. However the blood pressure monitor does not connect with the PDA. I placed breakpoints in the m_service_ClientConnected(). This function is never excuted.
Can you explain what would I be missing?