Recent Posts

Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 10
21
Bluetooth Framework / Bluetooth Framework 7.10.20.0 has been released
« Last post by Mike Petrichenko on July 07, 2021, 06:40:19 AM »
What's new:

* GattClient: new method SubscribeForNotifications. The method encapsulates calls to 2 methods: Subscribe() and WriteClientConfiguration();
* GattClient: new method UnsubscribeFromNotifications. The method encapsulates calls to 2 methods: Unsubscribe() and WriteClientConfiguration();
* New error code: WCL_E_BLUETOOTH_INVALID_PAIRING_METHOD;
* RemotePair() method now allows to force LE or Classic pairing;
* GattClient demo app updated to force LE pairing;
* RfCommClient updated by adding manual pairing feature;
* BluetoothManager demo app updated to show how to use different pairing methods (Auto, Classic, LE).

https://www.btframework.com/bluetoothframework.htm
22
There is no other documented way to do what you need.
23
I checked BluetoothManager. Looks like you just turn on / off some of Headphones services to connect / disconnect. (Something like https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/api/bluetoothapis/nf-bluetoothapis-bluetoothsetservicestate)
It's dirty way and not the same when i click to connect button on paired bluetooth device.

Also the device never get disconnected even if i disable all available device services. There is also another problem, when some audio service change their state from disabled to enabled, the windows recreated the audio endpoint and generate new audio GUID instead use the old one.

In General, this option will not work for me.
24
Yes, it is possible.

Run BluetoothManager demo application. Discover your device. Then click Enum service and select your Audio service (it is Advanced Audio Gateway or A2DP Gateway). Then click Install Device. To disconnect click Uninstall device.
25
I need just to connect or disconnect the headphones (Classic Bluetooth) without sending any data to it. (like on the screenshoot). Can i reach this by using your Bluetooth Framework?
26
Bluetooth Framework / Re: Connection - Error 0x50041
« Last post by Mike Petrichenko on July 01, 2021, 03:58:28 PM »
Hi,

Sorry, we have been on meeting. Please do not publish TeamViewer (or any other private) information here. Send to support@btframework.com or directly to me mike@btframework.com
27
Bluetooth Framework / Re: Connection - Error 0x50041
« Last post by KCorazza on July 01, 2021, 02:01:27 PM »
Hi,

I sent you the invitation to join the call in Teams.

Thanks. Regards.

Keven Corazza
28
Bluetooth Framework / Re: Connection - Error 0x50041
« Last post by Mike Petrichenko on July 01, 2021, 11:03:58 AM »
Its better to use TeamViewer. You can e-mail to support@btframework.com
29
Bluetooth Framework / Re: Connection - Error 0x50041
« Last post by KCorazza on July 01, 2021, 11:00:34 AM »
Hi,

this device supports both but I am not interested to BTLE. I always talked about Classic connection.

If you provide me an e-mail I can send you a Microsoft Teams invitation so we can speak, you can view my screen and so on.

Thanks. Regards.

Keven Corazza
30
Bluetooth Framework / Re: Connection - Error 0x50041
« Last post by Mike Petrichenko on July 01, 2021, 09:05:03 AM »
First at all IPWorks you referred to supports only Classic devices and does not support BLE. But you were talking about BLE discovering and connection. It is absolutely different things.

It looks like you are doing something wrong. If you have TeamViewer lets check what can be wrong on your side.
Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 10