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    Thumbs up The Bluetooth Milestone

    First of all thanks for making this a community effort. The result will be a major step forward in the iphone development beyond the paperweight status.

    Originally Posted by XianLi
    The key is in the MobileBluetooth.framework.
    It is written to support only HandsfreeService and PhonebookService.
    (check the hidden com.apple.MobileBluetooth.services.plist in /var/root/Library/Preferences/)
    Following the indication i was looking into the phonebookservice support but I noticed
    that my plist seems to have only the support to the headset on it. Nothing else is shown.

    I am on a 1.1.1 firmware was there any update on the 1.1.2?


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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    This is a standard feature.
    Is it implemented by default (PhonebookService) in MobileBluetooth.framework

    By the way, you used a PC or Mac to do it ?
    You are right with the phonebook support but there are 2 profiles which can be implemented: server and client, while the iPhone has server support (PSE) built-in

    I tried it with a PC, now I will test with an embedded device with a CSR module.

    This is a list of the implemented profiles:

    • {L2CAP (01 00 )}
    • {RFCOMM (00 03 )}
    • {OBEX (00 08 )}}}
    • {PublicBrowseGroup (10 02 )}
    • {IrMCSync (11 04 )}
    • {Headset (11 08 )}
    • {HeadsetAudioGateway (11 12 )}
    • {Handsfree (11 1e )}
    • {HandsfreeAudioGateway (11 1f )}
    • {Phonebook Access - PSE (11 2f )}}

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    Quote Originally Posted by mostello View Post
    First of all thanks for making this a community effort. The result will be a major step forward in the iphone development beyond the paperweight status.



    Following the indication i was looking into the phonebookservice support but I noticed
    that my plist seems to have only the support to the headset on it. Nothing else is shown.

    I am on a 1.1.1 firmware was there any update on the 1.1.2?
    All my reports are based on 1.0.2 firmware

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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    Is it implemented by default (PhonebookService) in MobileBluetooth.framework
    This is what I thought might be worth verifying:

    1.) Apple is already using a synchronizing service on the PC which is capable of syncing binary files (=contact image).

    2.) There is already a synchronization with BT car devices via Phoneaccess server and/or IrMC sync.

    Based on these facts, the idea was to check whether image sync is also handled by the phonebookaccess PSE (or maybe IrMC via cable) and could be used for exchanging files. As far as I know, services can be used, even if they are not announced by the service discovery protocol. Therefore another question was, whether OBEXPUSH is available but simply not announced via SDP, or whether other mechanisms are used.

    So far, it seems as if the OBEX protocol has been implemented but not the profiles OBEXObjectPush (11 05 ) or OBEXFileTransfer (11 06 ).

    Although there is the OBEXPushService used in BTServer binary, the question is, whether it is already used or necessary. So far, I could not get a hand on the Phonebook Access Profile specification (PBAB) to see whether it is somehow based on OBEX too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todro View Post
    This is what I thought might be worth verifying:

    1.) Apple is already using a synchronizing service on the PC which is capable of syncing binary files (=contact image).

    2.) There is already a synchronization with BT car devices via Phoneaccess server and/or IrMC sync.
    And this also mean that we could bring the iphone to sync via bluetooth. sweet pie.

    While looking around for developments I found a lightblue protocol through python, I am not sure it could help, but you can give a look:

    http://lightblue.sourceforge.net/


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    So what you're all telling us is that the bluetooth inside the iPhone is capable of doing all we want it to, but it has to be enabled to to that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacf182 View Post
    So what you're all telling us is that the bluetooth inside the iPhone is capable of doing all we want it to, but it has to be enabled to to that?
    Essentially to cut a long story short - Yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by mostello View Post
    And this also mean that we could bring the iphone to sync via bluetooth. sweet pie.

    While looking around for developments I found a lightblue protocol through python, I am not sure it could help, but you can give a look:

    http://lightblue.sourceforge.net/
    This seems to be a really interesting way, there is only one drawback. As far as I known, on the MAC Apple uses it's own bluetooth implementation while on the iphone they integrated a 3rd party BT stack. But I guess this might be worth checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todro View Post
    This seems to be a really interesting way, there is only one drawback. As far as I known, on the MAC Apple uses it's own bluetooth implementation while on the iphone they integrated a 3rd party BT stack. But I guess this might be worth checking.
    I've posted details on that STACK name already, well the company they got the license from.

    As has been said we need to look at how the MobileBluetooth.framework is geared up and develop some code to implement A2DP / OBEX etc.
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    As you can see these are the BT services handled by the iPhone.



 

 

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