I'm currently writing an application for the file exchange between a computer and mobile phones. The apllication already works fine with several mobile phones (e.g. SE k700i), but my 6230 doesn't accept any file. The connect command works, but after accepting the transmission the "object-push" command returns nothing else than a 192 (0xc0). Can someone tell me which obex header is optional and which is mandatory in the 6230 obex implementation?
Currently my apllication uses the name-, length-, type- header.
Nokia 6230 supports File Transfer Profile as a server, and Object Push Profile (both client and server roles supported).
According to the Compliant Portion Declaration, Nokia 6230 supports following parts of the OPP and FTP:
Part K:11 Object Push Profile interoperability as defined in part K:11 of Bluetooth Profile Specification, version 1.1, with all mandatory features and the following optional features (ProfileICS proforma v0.71): K:11.1/1, K:11.1/2, K:11.2/5, K:11.2/7, K:11.2/8, K:11.3/5, K:11.3/7-K:11.3/10, K:11.3/12
Part K:12 File Transfer Profile interoperability as defined in part K:12 of Bluetooth Profile Specification, version 1.1, with all mandatory features and the following optional features (ProfileICS proforma v0.72): K:12.1/1, K:12.2/3, K:12.2/9-K.12.2/16
Can you give me some more information about the "ProfileICS proforma" v0.71 and v0.72 and the optional features K:11.1/1, K:11.1/2 etc. that you mentioned?
Or can you tell me where I can find more information about the "ProfileICS proforma"?
All that I could find in the Bluetooth Profile Specification, version 1.1 were the Parts K:11, K:12 etc. that you mentioned.
What do you mean with the numbers 1/1, 1/2, 2/5 etc. ?