|16 Dec 2009||#1|
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Connecting to a Bluetooth device through the serialport
I have a Belkin USB Bluetooth adapter that uses the Broadcom's WIDCOMM manager, and I've installed it in Windows 7. I have bluetooth a device with has no visual output nor alphanumeric input, so I've added it with no pairing.
I have it connected to COM3, but when I try to send/receive information I get a warning that a bluetooth device is trying to connect, and asks me for a pairing key
How can I really have the device connect to a serial port, without having to pair it every time I want to transmit data?
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