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  1. #1
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    Smile data tranfer using bluetooth

    hi

    I want to know

    1. how I can find out that a bluetooth is on.

    2. If its on how to find out whether its sending data or recieving data.

    3. If it is not sending n receiving data for a particular amount of time
    (say 2 minutes) how to close the bluetooth device in order to save the
    power consumption used by bluetooth device.

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    Re: data tranfer using bluetooth

    Quote Originally Posted by amitkamboj View Post
    hi

    I want to know

    1. how I can find out that a bluetooth is on.

    2. If its on how to find out whether its sending data or recieving data.

    3. If it is not sending n receiving data for a particular amount of time
    (say 2 minutes) how to close the bluetooth device in order to save the
    power consumption used by bluetooth device.
    Hi,

    According to best of my knowledge answer of your questions are as

    1. You can find bluetooth power state by using
    CRepository* crep = CRepository::NewL(KCRUidBluetoothPowerState);
    CleanupStack::PushL(crep);
    TInt value = 0;
    User::LeaveIfError(crep->Get(KBTPowerState, value));

    2. See below link i have already answered this question
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=160881

    3. Again Use CentralRepository to turn Bluetooth Off.

    Regards,
    Sumit

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    Re: data tranfer using bluetooth

    there u have given a code to see active blue tooth devices.
    can u clear what u do mean by active blue tooth devices.

    does it mean device is on and sending n receiving data




    Quote Originally Posted by sumit.rathi View Post
    Hi,

    According to best of my knowledge answer of your questions are as

    1. You can find bluetooth power state by using
    CRepository* crep = CRepository::NewL(KCRUidBluetoothPowerState);
    CleanupStack::PushL(crep);
    TInt value = 0;
    User::LeaveIfError(crep->Get(KBTPowerState, value));

    2. See below link i have already answered this question
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=160881

    3. Again Use CentralRepository to turn Bluetooth Off.

    Regards,
    Sumit

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