Bluetooth SPP question

by Fred » Mon, 28 Dec 2009 16:16:50 GMT


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 Hello All,
I have a simple device, not developed by me, that uses SPP to send out
a simple 55 byte data packet once every second.  The device accepts no
communication other than any needed for pairing/connection.  Once it
has been connected it is supposed to start sending the 1Hz packets
out.

I can pair the device just fine, but have yet to be able to establish
a connection.  If I try setting up a BluetoothSocket using the connect
() method, it fails with an error related to services, i.e. no known
services are on the device.  I figure this isn't a big deal, as connect
() appears to be only for the outgoing data, but then I try to listen
using   BluetoothServerSocket::listenUsingRfcommWithServiceRecord()
but get nothing.  It seems that I should need to actively do something
to establish the connection, but don't see anything in the javadocs
that look liek what I think I need.  I just want to connect the device
and start catching the packets so I can move on to coding the real
application.
Fred

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Bluetooth SPP question

by moneytoo » Tue, 29 Dec 2009 21:16:38 GMT


 Are you advertising the correct SDP record using
listenUsingRfcommWithServiceRecord? UUID for BT SPP is
"00001101-0000-1000-8000-00805F9B34FB". Does the device act as server
or client?
You might try running "sdptool browse" on linux to find additional
information about your BT device.




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Bluetooth SPP question

by Fred » Wed, 30 Dec 2009 03:51:58 GMT


 Very useful feedback, thank you.  I will give sdptool a try on my
linux laptop to see what the device capabilities are, and when I have
that I will also use the UUID you gave, again, thanks.

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Bluetooth SPP question

by Fred » Wed, 30 Dec 2009 14:38:58 GMT


 Connected!!!! It was the UUID.  I have been hacking the bluetoothchat
example, and had left the UUID at the default.  Once I set it to the
SPP UUID it wakes up after the conect() call and starts sending the
packets like crazy.  Thanks for the pointer on the sdptool, too I was
able to get more information about the device I don't need now, but
may come in handy later.

Cheers, and thanks for the help moneytoo.

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Bluetooth SPP question

by Arjan Verboord » Thu, 14 Jan 2010 00:55:28 GMT


 Fred can i have your source code of the hacked bluetoothchat??

My goal is to connect my htc hero with a bluetooth-rs232 adapter..
But .connect() keeps throwing out an error.





> Cheers, and thanks for the help moneytoo.



Bluetooth SPP question

by Lord Vandrac » Mon, 18 Jan 2010 04:25:33 GMT


 Hey Arjan, I have the bluetooth example code fully working in a
eclipse project. Tell me hoy can i give it to you. There is the google
page with the code but it's not like a eclipse project.
 http://developer.android.com/resources/samples/BluetoothChat/index.html 



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