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HP iPAQ 200 Series Enterprise Handheld - Bluetooth Device Supported Profiles

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The functions that Bluetooth supports are called services or profiles. You can communicate only with Bluetooth devices that support at least one of the following profiles:
  • ActiveSync–Uses Serial Port Profile (SPP) to connect to ActiveSync on a computer
  • Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
  • Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
  • Basic Imaging Profile (BIP)
  • Basic Printer Profile (BPP)
  • Dial-up Networking (DUN)
  • File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
  • Generic Access Profile (GAP)
  • Headset Support Profile (HSP)
  • Human Interface Device Profile (HID)
  • Object Exchange (OBEX) Protocol
  • Object Push Protocol (OPP)
  • Personal Area Network (PAN)
  • Serial Port Profile (SPP)
  • Service Discovery Protocol (SDP)

Details

Create, End, and Accept a Bluetooth Partnership
You can exchange information between your HP iPAQ and another device that has Bluetooth capabilities. For this, you will have to first create a Bluetooth partnership between the two devices.
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To exchange information between two Bluetooth enabled devices, make sure both devices have Bluetooth turned on. The devices should be in the discoverable mode.
To create partnership, complete the following steps:
  1. Make sure the two devices are turned on, discoverable, and within close range.
  2. Tap Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
  3. Tap Bluetooth Manager > New > Explore a Bluetooth device. Your HP iPAQ searches for other devices with Bluetooth capabilities and displays them in the list.
  4. Select the service you want to use from the Service Selection list, and then tap Next.
  5. In Security, if you want to use a secure, encrypted connection (recommended for enhanced security), select the Use a secure, encrypted connection checkbox, and then tap Next. Otherwise, leave the Security field blank, and then tap Next.
  6. Type the same passkey on the other device.
  7. Tap Finish.
  8. To give the partnership a more meaningful name, tap and hold the device name under My Shortcuts, and then tap Rename.
To end a Bluetooth partnership, complete the following steps:
  1. Tap Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Manager.
  2. Tap and hold the partnership you want to end.
  3. Tap Delete, and then tap Yes.
To accept a Bluetooth partnership, complete the following steps:
  1. Make sure your device is turned on, discoverable, and within close range.
  2. When prompted to accept a partnership with the device that is requesting the relationship, tap OK.
  3. If a passkey is requested, type an alphanumeric passkey that is between one and 16 characters in the Passkey box, and then tap OK. Type the same passkey in the device requesting the partnership. Using a passkey provides greater security.
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Some ports are reserved for the specific application or by the operating system to the device, and it cannot be changed or assigned to some other application.

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