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    QBluetoothZero

    Hello,

    The example chat project will not compile, I have done this:

    For Symbian (before compile): there is a folder named QBluetoothZero. In there, a folder exists by the name symbian. Copy its contents (the epoc32 folder) to the root folder of the Symbian SDK that you are using (e.x. C:\QtSDK\Symbian\SDKs\Symbian1Qt473). This will lead to merge the already existing epoc32 folder in there, with the new one that has only the binaries of the QBluetoothZero library.

    I get the error message "QBluetoothZero.h No such File or Directory"

    How to solve this?

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    Re: QBluetoothZero

    You should also provide the link to the example you are referring, since there might be multiple ones available.

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    Re: QBluetoothZero

    OK, I made a mistake copying over the files, it works now. Do you know of any examples of how to send AT commands to another BT device?

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    Re: QBluetoothZero

    Never seen any methods for sending AT-Commands over Bluetooth, so would assume that it is not supported.

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    Re: QBluetoothZero

    Hello mark090480,

    glad to hear it works now.

    Regarding the At commands, yes you can use them as long as the target mobile phone supports them.
    To do this you just need to create a Serial Port Connection with the device and send as strings the At commands that you want and you will get back the response once again as a string.
    If you are planning to continue using QBluetoothZero for this as well you need to use QBtSerialPortClient class.

    QBtSerialPortClient is the one used in QuteMessenger to send the messages between the devices so from there you can get an idea of how it works.

    Regards.

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