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Topic # 9410 14-Sep-2006 01:17
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Hi

when i connect to a pc with my mobile using bluetooth

it requires a pin entry

i wanted to remove this dialog for pin entry and did so from

registry setting General/UseFixedPin
                      General/PinCode

but , after registry chage i ve to reboot

is there way around for this

i dont want to reboot after registry change

regards
kmm

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  Reply # 46442 19-Sep-2006 03:34
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so no one replied

any way i found a solution , it doesnt need a reboot only a right on the bluetooth icon and to re-configure the
bluetooth software rest is done automatically


is there a  way in SDK of widcomm or a registry setting to Stop and Start the bluetooth software

Right clikc bluetooth software -> Stop devices is there whereby the software changes to red and
Right click bluettoh software -> Start devices changes the icon to white


i want to do it programmcatically or atleast in a registry setting

is it something to do with

BTConfig/General/SeverStopped


BTConfig/General/SeverStatus

???

regards
kpmkhaja

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  Reply # 46476 19-Sep-2006 16:49
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If your refering to passcodes, these are usually user selectable and a security feature.



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  Reply # 46507 19-Sep-2006 19:55
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yes but we are developing a testing environment for mobiles for
we dont want this pop dialog each time



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