Apr 10, 2013 at 2:57 AM
Edited Apr 10, 2013 at 3:01 AM
..says to create the connection to use BluetoothDeviceInfo.SetServiceState however when I do this it simply enables/disables the connection under the Services tab (as noted in the links above). It also then adds/removes hardware in Device Manager. It doesn't
actually connect. I can see that might work for a virtual serial port though since then it will be created. You still need to connect to the device though right?
and also tried this since it was mentioned explicitly (there are a couple of variations on the same name though)
I'm trying to force the A2DP connection to actually join up. The device is already successfully paired and I can manually connect it from my phone or from my laptop and that works just fine using the Windows tools or the phone itself (iPhone 5).
I have a Broadcom device and stack installed but as per the other thread 32feet.NET is only reporting one library. Ultimately I need/want to use Widcomm since I need L2CAP but for now I'll settle for anything. My Device Manager shows a "Microsoft Bluetooth
Enumerator" and a "ThinPad Bluetooth 4.0". (I've tried the app.config setting but still only see a single stack - the Microsoft one). I should be able to do this with the MS if anything (doco says Widcomm mightn't work)
So then I started looking at:
But get errors:
A socket operation failed because the destination host was down EC3586xxxxxx:0000110a00001000800000805f9b34fb
My second attempt I didn't really expect to work though.
Am I doing something that just won't work or isn't possible? Is there any way to actually make the connection?
Thanks anyone who might have an idea :)