Hi, I have a not-exactly-Nokia-related problem, but someone may know the answer.
I have made a Series 60 client (C++, compiled with 2nd edition 2.1, tested on 6600 and 6630) for the BlueChat example included in the WIDCOMM BT SDK. I can browse the SDP (get its name, the channel, etc.), and the phone also believes that it can connect to the service (returns no error, and it even believes that it can send data to the service - with also no sign of an error). The problem is that the PC-side does not sense the connection-attempt (nor the data transmission).
So, I decided to try a server on the phone. And it works: the (still unmodified) BlueChat application can connect to the S60 chat-service, and my client can also connect to it.
And of course 2 PC-based BlueChat applications can also cooperate.
Has anyone seen something similar before? I have tried to search this sub-forum but most WIDCOMM-hits are about file-transfer and PC-Suite.
My client can connect to the PC if I replace the WIDCOMM-drivers + BlueChat with a socket-based application using the Microsoft BT stack.