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    Question How to enable Bluetooth communication from and to the SDK emulator?

    me follow the step in the site .
    unfortunately , when i restarted the emulator ,my system halted,come to a crash!!
    actually,I "restarted" my PC.How comes!?
    Please tell me what can i do!

    ps:xp sp2 && 3rd fp1

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    Re: How to enable Bluetooth communication from and to the SDK emulator?

    can you show use the emulator logs.

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    Re: How to enable Bluetooth communication from and to the SDK emulator?

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    can you show use the emulator logs.
    ...sorry~im a freshman here!!
    where or how can i get the logs?
    Please more detail

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    Re: How to enable Bluetooth communication from and to the SDK emulator?

    you can go to C:\Documents and Settings\[Username]\Local Settings\Temp there you can find the EPOCWIND.OUT
    make sure you have "Enable EPOCWIND.OUT logging" must be enabled under the C++ Debug tab of the preferences dialog of the emulator window.

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    Re: How to enable Bluetooth communication from and to the SDK emulator?

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    you can go to
    Thank you a lot,skumar_rao!
    here is the log:
    Code:
         7.840	[DOSSERVER] RDosServer::Connect()
         7.840	[DOSSERVER]	 RDosServer::Connect() tries: 0
         7.840	[DOSSERVER]	 RDosServer::Connect()-CreateSession err: -1
         7.840	[DOSSERVER] RDosServer::StartServer()
         7.870	Thread DosServer.exe::Main created @ 0xa944bc - Win32 Thread ID 0xe0
         7.870	CDosServer::ConstructL(), creating iFileSytemNotifier
         7.870	CSharedDataFileSystemNotifier* CSharedDataFileSystemNotifier::NewL(0xf970128)
         7.870	CSharedDataFileSystemNotifier::CSharedDataFileSystemNotifier
         7.870	[DOSSERVER]	 CDosServer::LoadDsyModuleL()
         7.870	[DOSSERVER]	 CDosServer::LoadDsyModuleL() - fs connected
         7.870	[DOSSERVER]	 Opening file: Z:\system\data\DosServer.ini
         7.870	[DOSSERVER]	 error occurs if above file is missing from build!
         7.875	[DOSSERVER]	 CDosServer::LoadDsyModuleL() - file opened
         7.880	[DOSSERVER]	 CDosServer::LoadDsyModuleL() - file readed
         7.880	[DOSSERVER]	 CDosServer::LoadDsyModuleL() - name: CommonDSY.dll
         7.880	[DOSSERVER]	 CDosServer::LoadDsyModuleL() - bin path: z:\sys\bin\
         7.900	CDSY - LibEntryL()
         7.900	[COMMONDSY:Component] - Trace this file: CDSYFactory.cpp, line: 72, compiled: Aug 29 2006 22:59:52
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYFactory::NewL()
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYFactory::CCDSYFactory()
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYFactory::CCDSYFactory - return void
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYFactory::ConstructL()
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYController::NewL()
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYController::CCDSYController()
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYController::CCDSYController - return void
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYController::NewL - return 0xf970278
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYDOSServerRequestManager::NewL(0xf970278)
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYDOSServerRequestManager::CCDSYDOSServerRequestManager(0xf970278)
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYDOSServerRequestManager::CCDSYDOSServerRequestManager - return void
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYDOSServerRequestManager::ConstructL()
    
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic::NewL - return 0xf9706fc
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYController::RegisterServiceLogicL - return void
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYController::RegisterServiceLogicL(0x0, 0x2f, 0xf9702a8)
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic::NewL(0x0, 0x2f, 0xf9702a8)
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic::CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic(0x0, 0x2f, 0x0, 0x0)
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic::CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic(0xf9702a8)
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic::CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic - return void
         7.900	CDSY - CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic::NewL - return
    i guess the problem happen in "CDSY - CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic::CCDSYMessagesServiceLogic - return void"
    need more necessary file ?

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    Re: How to enable Bluetooth communication from and to the SDK emulator?

    Looks like emulator not able to find your pc's bluetooth device.

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    Re: How to enable Bluetooth communication from and to the SDK emulator?

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    Looks like emulator not able to find your pc's bluetooth device.
    i havnt though much about that,because this USB BT adapter works fine with the other software like IVT Soleil .
    in addition , i have tried another BT adapeter and it failed again.
    o,frustrating.

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