Tuesday, July 7, 1: Monday, July 6, It uses the HID technique, which is another popular way to get at Bluetooth devices which involves using no Bluetooth, or other socket communications. It’s there to let people know that searching this forum IS possible! I will try to find time to do this in VB, and Vista. This should get you started: Brian Peek has a nice article that demonstrates using a Wiimote from managed VB.
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I searched the forum for “rfcomm” and only came up with one thread: My Kensington under Vista does not work quite the same way It shows up in BlueSoleil as a service rffomm the cell phone, which looks like part of the Bluetooth piconet in XP.
It uses the HID technique, which is another popular way to get at Bluetooth devices which involves using no Bluetooth, or other socket communications.
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Wednesday, July 8, 9: Not for VB6 questions. Thursday, July 9, 7: Well, the part that has to do with this thread? I’m trying to search for devices, decide if they are headsets both of those objectives are met bt then connect and exchange audio data, possibly get button status. It’s there to let people know that searching this forum IS possible!
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Wednesday, July 8, 6: I’m mainly looking for some ffcomm on how to use bluetooth audio devices with my apps like I said beforewhich alot of you are probably thinking “just use 32feet. Monday, July 6, I’ve never heard of anyone connecting the earpiece or headset and using it as the interface.
Software links and more! The process involves using setupapi. Brian Peek has a nice article bthh demonstrates using a Wiimote from managed VB.
I was shocked to discover phantom devices from the times I plugged it into a different USB port.
It was NOT directed at you. It’s always been the mobile phone that is connected.
Lastly, one person on one of the thread you mentioned had a good point. I will try to find time to do this in VB, and Vista.
In fact, you will be shown the very ugly side of USB plug and Play, and also I have also been able to use that to connect HID devices.
Sign in to vote. This should get you started: The content you requested has been removed. I am going to verify this when I get home, but I’m not xo sure how much of this works because I barely started working with bluetooth and I havent had much work with it lately.
But that doesn’t mean it hasn’t or can’t be done. Edited by Micd77 Thursday, July 9, 7: Help us improve MSDN.