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Active Bluetooth profile cannot be resolved on Symbian (Known Issue)

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{{Abstract|Symbian does not have a C++ api for determining the active Bluetooth profile in any version.}}
 
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== Description ==
  
==Overview==
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The Bluetooth profile defines a possible set of Bluetooth operations - for example, the Basic Imaging Profile (BIP) defines how an imaging device can send an image to a remote device, or how an imaging device can print an image. There are about 22 Bluetooth profiles, many of which are overlapping and closely related.
The Bluetooth profile defines the possible application or how the use case is realized. For example, the Basic Imaging Profile (BIP) defines how an imaging device can send an image to a remote device, or how an imaging device can print an image. There are about 22 Bluetooth profiles, many of which are overlapping and closely related.
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== Description ==
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A Bluetooth-enabled device can be connected to a remote device by using any of the connectable profiles. There is no way to determine which profile is in use.
A Bluetooth-enabled device can be connected to a remote device by using any of the connectable profiles. Often we may need to know which profile is in use while the device is connected. This problem occurs especially when Bluetooth devices support many connectable profiles.
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== Solution ==
 
== Solution ==
  
 
No solution. Currently Symbian C++ does not provide any APIs which can be used to find out which profile is being used while the device is connected.
 
No solution. Currently Symbian C++ does not provide any APIs which can be used to find out which profile is being used while the device is connected.

Latest revision as of 07:39, 1 August 2012

Symbian does not have a C++ api for determining the active Bluetooth profile in any version.

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Last edited: hamishwillee (01 Aug 2012)

[edit] Description

The Bluetooth profile defines a possible set of Bluetooth operations - for example, the Basic Imaging Profile (BIP) defines how an imaging device can send an image to a remote device, or how an imaging device can print an image. There are about 22 Bluetooth profiles, many of which are overlapping and closely related.

A Bluetooth-enabled device can be connected to a remote device by using any of the connectable profiles. There is no way to determine which profile is in use.

[edit] Solution

No solution. Currently Symbian C++ does not provide any APIs which can be used to find out which profile is being used while the device is connected.

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