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The number of connections that can be used simultaneously in a Bluetooth device is implementation-specific.
Bluetooth Device (RFCOMM Protocol TDI)
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Thanks in advance for your help. Before that, this XP laptop could only connect but fail as you noted. Afd component provides the “ancillary function driver,” and with the Transport Driver Interface component, provides a socket interface for user-mode applications. December 9, 3: Below is the snippet of device manager working and showing error. Other items showing up under network adpaters make sense to me, but not this one.
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How satisfied are you with this reply? This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. We are connecting one device using the bluetooth SPP with Windows tablet as client and the device as server. But when we manually turn off tablet bluetooth and turn it ON again then it never get connected. Email Required, but never shown. Did this solve your problem?
Hello Jackin, Apology for the delayed response. Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: We initially pair the device with tablet and then with using SPP we connect to device using serial port. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive: RFCOMM is intended to cover applications that make use of the serial ports of the devices in which they reside.