So far I can find devices and get data on them but I cant connect or get signal strength. At least the device discovery will be easy using HID. This should get you started: From what I’ve found out about sockets they seem pretty handy so I’d be rly grateful if someone could help me learn this stuff. Not for VB6 questions. I am going to verify this when I get home, but
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Wednesday, July 8, 5: Because those are complex and i dont know them. Sign in to vote. Edited by Micd77 Thursday, July 9, 7: From what I’ve found out about sockets they seem pretty handy so I’d be rly grateful if someone could help me learn this stuff.
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I’m thinking maybe i should try the guid you suggested 4d36eece-bfcbe to connect to the bluetooth headset. What are the details of your project?
In fact, you will be shown rrcomm very ugly side of USB plug and Play, and also It’s always been the mobile phone that is connected. This should get you started: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
I’m trying to search for devices, decide if they are headsets both of those objectives are met btw then connect and exchange audio data, possibly get button status. Bfh never heard of anyone connecting the earpiece or headset and using it as the interface. The content you requested has been removed.
Lastly, one person on one of the thread you mentioned had a bht point. It’s there to let people know that searching this forum IS possible!
Monday, July 6, Tuesday, July 7, 1: But that doesn’t mean it hasn’t or can’t be done. I can connect to most bluetooth devices but cant connect to headset devices to exchange audio data.
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I’m mainly looking for some tutorials on how to use bluetooth audio devices with my apps like I said beforewhich alot of you are probably thinking “just use 32feet. I will try to find time to do this in VB, and Vista. Software links and more! I am thinking that my Bluetooth headset uses HID. Not for VB6 questions.
I was shocked to discover phantom devices from the times I plugged it into a different USB port. It uses the HID technique, which is another popular way to get at Bluetooth devices which involves using no Bluetooth, or other socket communications. My Kensington under Vista does not work quite the same way Remove From My Forums.