Hi JP thanks for the reply No...please forgive my explanation I will try again I have a hand held Hp Ipaq h5450 which has bluetooth capabilities when
I follow the procedures to connect to the device everything go's well edison see's the mac address but when i try to connect it say yes then no and it drops
the connection.. my ipaq say's that their is no service running on edison, Now mind you on the ipaq I can see the bluez controller but no matter what I do
I can't get it to connect...I tried pairing and even with that it asks for the passkey I see it on putty but still no connection.. I am running the latest window build...It keeps saying error org.bluez cannot connect....on edison....my question to you is.. if it indeeds connect what should I see? and what can I do?
Today I will try to enable my on board bluetooth on my motherboard and see what happens.
I hope I made my self clear if not please let me know.
I apologize for the delay in my response, I think I understand now. Currently the Bluetooth is a little limited, but in the new software release we will have some more Bluetooth features that hopefully will fix your issue, In the meantime I’ll try to replicate your issue, I’m am able to get it to work I’ll post the solution over here. Let me know if you have more questions so we can help you with them.
The new software release is expected to be released at the end of the year. In the meantime take a look at this post, you might find it helpful for your project https://communities.intel.com/thread/56120