Download BtServer (ZIP or
PRC). It is freeware, and
can be used and distributed at no charge. Note: This application only works with Palm's Bluetooth stack. It will not work
on the Blue5 and BlueM.
BtServer uses Palm's Bluetooth virtual serial driver to communicate with other Bluetooth devices that support the Serial
Port Profile. It opens the Bluetooth virtual serial driver in server mode. This creates an RFCOMM listening socket
and an SDP entry that advertises the Serial Port Profile. Client devices that support the Serial Port Profile can
then discover and connect to the Palm handheld. BtServer demonstrates the use of SrmExtOpen and other Serial Manager
calls to send and receive data. The application works on Palm OS4 and OS5 (Garnet) handhelds, assuming the
necessary Bluetooth libraries have been loaded. BtSerial is a good Palm client to use
to connect to BtServer. With BtSerial on one Palm handheld and BtServer on another, you essentially have a very simple
BtServer does not work on OS6 (Cobalt). PalmSource does not allow the Bluetooth virtual driver to be opened in
server mode, for either 68K or ARM-native applications.
If you would like to suggest a new feature to be added to BtServer, or would like a custom version of BtServer
created specially for you, please contact us.
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