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Bluetooth Communication

 
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Hi

I want to communicate with near by bluetooth device which don't have our application running on it.So here i want to communicate with the default service running on remote device.

Here i don't want that our application running on remote device.

So how can i get the default service url of the remote device ?How can i communicate with default service running on remote device.


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Atul
 
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It is all in discovery. Your first discovery is for devices. All Bluetooth devices in the area will be returned. The second discovery is for services. you might not know the default service name, so you might not do this second discovery and just use the list from the first discovery.

Mark
 
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