how to test bluetooth handset/handsfree without phone module

by pavan savoy » Wed, 01 Apr 2009 20:36:20 GMT


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 Well. What does scotest do ? send ? I know it does something,
take a look....

regards,
Pavan





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how to test bluetooth handset/handsfree without phone module

by pavan savoy » Wed, 01 Apr 2009 21:19:55 GMT


 Hey look @ this, I connected to headset via the UI [pairing &
connecting...],

then I run
scotest -s <bd_addr>

and then you can hear a faint noise, on the headset, and then hcidump also
shows 7F being written, I guess SCO connection is fine.

Nick,
Can you suggest, how I can go about streaming a media ? from one of the Java
apps ?

regards,
Pavan






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