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    pairing of Bluetooth devices

    Hi...
    I am developing a Bluetooth sever application in vc++, when any Bluetooth device is trying to connect to server, passkey should be entered by user or some other user interaction screens should answer. Now my requirement is with out any user interaction how to pair the device to my server application? able to pairing with user interaction, I don't want any user interaction , direct pairing is needed? can anybody help me?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: pairing of Bluetooth devices

    Hi everybody,

    i try to code an program with bluetooth over winsock and i´ve got some problems. The current program works fine until i plug off the bluetooh radio. Then i got a bluescreen with following message:

    "You may receive a "STOP 0x00000035 NO_MORE_IRP_STACK_LOCATIONS"
    error message when you try to log on to a domain"

    After this i debug my program and find the position of the problem.
    The function connect().

    I have an Socket this one i want to connect to the device. Before i check the bluetooth radio is available. And then i call connect().

    And now it crash if i plug off the radio in this time.
    This problem i dont got because debugging. Its in the release.

    But why?
    I cant understand this problem.
    Why the Bluescreen? Is there no security?

    I hope any body can help me.
    Thanks a lot.

    Greetings Tobias

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    Re: pairing of Bluetooth devices

    You get a bluescreen when there's a bug in some driver. If I get this right your release built code does something that the driver can't handle.

    Maybe this can help http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/...elease-Version
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