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Does not work on MC3200 / MC32N0

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I have been using this library successfully on the Motorola MC3190 for some time, but they stopped selling them and are now selling their latest MC3200 (MC32N0) which runs Windows Embedded Compact 7.

When I use the 32feet.Net samples, I can't get the MC3200 to function as a client. I can get the MC3200 to function as a server and some other device (ie. My PC) as the client. But when I try using the MC3200 as the client and my PC as the server, it does not work. This all works fine on the MC3190. The only difference between the sample code builds is the target platform and some UI sizing adjustments.

I'm using the BluetoothSdp sample and currently when I test, I get error code 10060:

"A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond."

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jesusjorge wrote Mar 14 at 2:02 AM

I am having the same problems with a Zebra Symbol MC32N0-RL4SCLE0A Windows Embedded Standard 7.
The device I am trying to connect with (a new Zebra iMZ320), lights a blue LED, and stays up until I get a "A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond." error.

I have no problem, using the same application on a Motorola Symbol MC3190 Windows Embedded CE 6.0 with the same Zebra iMZ320 printer.

I tried using the vendor's SDK (In this case, Zebra LINK-OS™), but they use the same library (InTheHand.Net.*), and I get the exact same errors.