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Fri, 08 Nov 2002 09:41:06 +0100
At 19:34 07.11.2002 +0000, you wrote:
Subject: Re: Bluetooth
> > I have a Nokia 6310 and an ACER USB BT adapter BT500 @ work and some
> > time to spare. I'm willing to be a BT tester if anybody needs me ;)
> Cool, I'll prepare the patches for the Bluetooth, commit them to CVS and
> let you know.
I also am interested in Bluetooth on a 6310, particularly uploading MIDlets.
Having experiemented a bit using Hyperterminal, though, it seems that going
a DLR-9 cable, PC Suite uses AT*NOKIAFBUS to enable FBUS, but this command
is not valid with BT. Most of the regular GSM commands seem to work, but I'm
more interested in uploading apps.
This is for compatibility only ;-) Nokia seems to restrict the AT*NOKIAFBUS
to the cable only (on a 6210 with blutooth connectivity pack it still
worked), so you must use the corresponding WinSock commands (as far as I
have seen there is already a bluetooth.c file in Gnokii - so this is the
place where you have to start from).
Anyway, I'm also keen to test Bluetooth stuff, and also see if there is any
way around this restriction (it's possible with PC Suite using a Nokia BT
kit, so there must be a way of enabling FBUS over BT)
Yes, but not via the virtual COM port. Nokia digs into the API so this is
the reason why the PC-Suite works with a Nokia bluetooth adapter only (you
see, everything is compatible as expected). BTW: As far as I know this
adapter is not distributed anymore :-(
My suggestion is, that it should work with the WinSock (like the IrDA
stuff, also in this case the AT*NOKIAFBUS command is rejected when sent
over the virtual com port) layer.
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