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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 215 14-May-2003 10:41
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I was on the original Philips team that created the Bluetooth interface now used on most of the Compaq iPAQ models and lately the Dell Axim. My company has developed a C++ class library called BTAccess that allows programmers to get at all the underlying (Widcomm-based) bluetooth stack functions.

BTAccess works with all older models of the iPAQ, the Dell Axim, or any PocketPC PDA that uses the Philips/Widcomm (v1.2) CF card (branded as Philips, Dell, or Belkin). For the iPAQ 54xx, or any other PDA that uses the Widcomm v1.3 stack with PAN, use our BTAccess54 product.

For a complete functional eval kit (SDK, help file, sample source code) download the package at Also a great FAQ page about little-known or undocumented features.


Tim Johnson
President, High Point Software

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 678 16-Jul-2003 00:05
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Hi all,

I have a Dell TruMobile 300 CF Bluetooth card (a.k.a Philips PH10495, a.k.a Belkin F8T020), and desperately need to make it work in Windows 2000/XP.
Dell TrueMobile 300 Internal Bluetooth drivet installation doesn't provide any drivers for the above card. Does anybody have any experience in making this combination work?



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