Bluetooth OS Design Development Samples (Windows CE 5.0)
The samples provide a base for implementing the Bluetooth technology in your OS design.
Note These samples have not been tested and are not intended for production use.
The following table shows samples that are located in %_WINCEROOT%\Public\Common\Oak\Drivers\Bluetooth\Sample.
|AT Command Extension Module Sample||Demonstrates how to provide custom parsing of AT commands and override the default response to commands by creating custom handlers for the Audio Gateway service.||Btagatext|
|Audio Gateway Configuration Tool Sample||Demonstrates the use of Audio Gateway Core component IOCTLs||Btagconfig|
|Boot-time Service Activation Sample||Implements boot-time activation of registered Bluetooth peers.||Btsvc|
|Device Driver Management Sample||Enables users to manage Bluetooth device drivers for PCMCIA/CF cards.||Btloader|
|Flow Control Sample||Illustrates the flow control in the Windows CE–based Bluetooth stack.||Fctest|
|Phone Management Sample||Illustrates the use of the client-side Windows CE–based Bluetooth port emulator, device discovery and client-side SDP queries for modems.||Phoneui|
|Printer Discovery Sample||Illustrates the use of the client-side Windows CE–based Bluetooth port emulator, device discovery and client-side SDP queries for printers.||Printui|
|Protocol Extension Sample||Illustrates the process of creating a Bluetooth protocol extension for Windows CE.||Bthlink, Btscosnd, L2capapi, L2capdev|
|Querying and Pairing Sample||Performs querying, pairing, and authentication to illustrate the use of the Windows CE–based Bluetooth stack and security subsystem.||Btpair|
|SDP Search Sample||Demonstrates using the COM routines from sdpuser.dll to parse an SDP response.||Sdpsearch|
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