.NET Bluetooth

Bluetooth Support for Android on More Frameworks

There is a particular issue when writing any code which will run on Android which presents external UI through an Intent or uses broadcasts in that you need to have a reference to the current Activity. I covered this in my last post. Following on from that I moved the code to a new library […]


Dot Net DLLs, Droid, Dependencies

Natively, Android apps are built around activities. These are distinct parts of an application which include UI and are designed to perform a particular task. Android allows you to start activities and pass data between them. A number of system dialogs are just activities which run and return a result. Across Platforms When using a […]

Bluetooth Xamarin

Changes coming in Xamarin Android BluetoothSocket

While debugging an app I came across this new message in the Output window:- “Not wrapping exception of type Java.IO.IOException from method `Read`. This will change in a future release.” When working with an RFComm service on Android you use a BluetoothSocket which in turn owns two Streams – one for Input and one for […]