Bluetooth v1.3

Today I’ve completed the v1.3 release of Bluetooth. This pulls together the latest binaries, source code, samples and help documentation into a single package. There are few differences in the public interface from previous releases, notably the BluetoothSerialPort class has been fixed and re-introduced, also the BondedDevices property for retrieving previously bonded devices from the registry.

I’ve also prepared a class-library diagram to accompany this release:-

OpenNETCF.Net.Bluetooth.1.3.50525.png (136.1 KB)

You can download the installation package from here.

By Peter Foot

Microsoft Windows Development MVP

4 replies on “Bluetooth v1.3”

Hi Peter, that diagram looks great, does it come from Visual Studio 2005? It is certainly better than the ones from Visio 2002!

I think this is the place for this comment.

Please would you be so kind as to tell me how can I install OpenNETCF blueotooth library on a xdaii?.

Will it be like an upgrade of the microsoft bluetooth stack?.

I´m a newbie, so disregard if the question I´ve posted has a very notorius answer.

Thanks in advance.

When you install the library onto your dev machine, add a reference to OpenNETCF.Net.Bluetooth to your project and deploy it. This will work with the XDAII (It’s been tested on the equivalent Orange model the M1000).
If you have any problems, please let me know


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