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#677 29-Oct-2003 06:36
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Hi,

Is it possible to hack Widcomm drivers for Pocket PC the same way as drivers for desktom Windows so that they accepted any Bluetooth hardware, not just Bluetooth device they were released for? I've bought a noname BT CF card and Widcomm drivers that came with it were 1.2.x.x.

Thank you for any comments


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#2029 29-Oct-2003 07:33
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It's possible, but we try not to have these instructions here on Geekzone. This is a copyrigth issue. Some manufacturers buy the dongles, stamp their brand, don't certify the devices and ship without testing or support. Others will spend time testing, preparing documentation, giving suport - and they charge more on their products because of this.




 

 

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