Android :: Connect 2 Devices Concurrently To Connect Bluetooth In Android?
Jul 2, 2010
Iam connecting 3G phone for my Android device for internet connection and another Socket(SPP) for CAN signal receiving.Whenever I manually connect to the Bluetooth tethering via 3G phone, i can browse internet perfectly and speed is good.Whenever programmatically connect to the 3G connection, i couldn't browse internet.i checked in shell and observing that in my mobile 'device is connected' message displayed and E symbol appears.No problem for me to connect Socket.But I got problem to use 3G phone.For this iam using APN/DUN mode.I checked both but no use.Is there any performance issue here or anything wrong to connect different devices by using Bluetooth API in android.Why this happends while connecting Mobile programmatically.
I wan't to AUTO connect 2 bluetooth devices in my car.1 device uses phone-audio (parrot) and the otoher ad2p protocol (car-radio)..It only auto-connects 1 device. Somethimes the parrot and the other time my radio. When i connect the other device by hand its connected to 2 devices.
I have an origonal rom on my HTC sensation. I had the same problem with the revolution rom.
What are the options to connect (create stream? or send datagrams?) between two android devices? (I know I can use Internet, but i think that lag will be big and it's overuse to just exchange data between to phones that are nearby). Is it possible to use bluetooth or wifi ? so two applications on two devices can connect each other (create bi- directional stream) and send some data.
I had no luck with connecting to my Galaxy using adb under Linux. Has anyone manage to do that? There is an unresolved issue (issue 4635) on code.google.com, which states that adb won't connect to non-HTC devices under Linux (?). From my experience, that is certainly true for Galaxy. Please tell me that I'm wrong. Debugging is on, and lsusb outputs.
What is a good app to connect two devices using wifi without a router? Just to share pics, vids, and files. I have a Bionic (4.1.2) and a Polaroid PMID705X (4.0.4, wifi only) tablet I'm wanting to do this with
I was cleaning all the crap off my phone I don't use anymore and I believe I accidently removed the bluetooth software that allows it to connect to stereo bluetooth headsets. I can control the player with the headset, I can make phone calls from it, but when I try to play music there is no sound.
I was trying to reset the phone using RUU, but it reboots the phone and then says it cannot reconnect after that and the software shuts down. I can still sync with outlook, so my driver is not the issue. I am out of ideas.
Is there anyway possible to reinstall just the bluetooth portion of the rom?
Looking for a way that I can just take my pocketed droid out to my car, hit connect on the car menu and have pandora start up automatically.Anything that does anything like this?Also some way for bluetooth to come on automatically when it loses the connection to my home router would be cool too.
I am developing an application which uses Bluetooth to connect to a device and send/receive data. I am doing all of my testing with a Nexus One phone. I have never been able to establish a SPP (serial port) connection from my phone to any device. However, I have been able to connect from a device (my laptop) to my phone using a Mac equivalent of PuTTY (The only exception to this is the "Bluetooth File Transfer" app from the Marketplace seems to work, but I don't think that uses RFCOM/SPP....
I know that android sdk 2.0 has provided the new bluetooth API for developers. But I'm not sure if this can help me connect to bluetooth printers. Are there any protocol restrictions or device limitaion for this? Is it possible that the bluetooth device is undetectable by android phone?
I enjoy streaming music from my Droid to my car stereo. Every time I leave the car I have go back to settings >wireless & networks >Bluetooth setting > connect to device. Are there any apps or settings that can make this quicker?
I have a application which connects to the paired bluetooth device. My application works fine on Motorola milestone. But it's not working on HTC desire while connecting to paired bluetooth device. I have checked the logs then i found the SIM access uuid (0000112D-0000-1000-8000-00805F9B34FB) which i pass get changed according to BT sniffer log which is as folloows 0x2d, 0x11, 0x11, 0x2d, 0x00, 0x00, 0x10, 0x00, 0x80, 0x00, 0x00, 0x80, 0x5f, 0x9b, 0x34, 0xfb so how can i resolved this problem. Is it a firmware issue of HTC desire? Can i upgrade the firmware with latest firmware version?
I am looking for a way to initiate the audio connection between the Android phone and my headset within my application. The idea is to simplify the connection process in such a way that the user doesn't have to go through the different settings menus anymore (Apps -> Settings -> Wireless & Networs -> Bluetooth settings).
Both devices are supposed to be already paired and the Bluetooth address of the headset to be known.
As far as I learned, the Bluetooth capabilities (available since version 2.0 of the Android SDK) are restricted to Bluetooth discovery and the connection of RFComm channels (host/client) between the Android phone and a Bluetooth device. Is there another way to request Bluetooth profiles on the Android system to initiate a connection to a known device from an app or is this impossible?
I want to connect my Motorola droid to OBDKey by bluetooth. I use Bluetooth Chat as for example to bluetooth connect, KWP as protocol.In the result OBDKey sent to device byte 0x02 This value is the first command, so it copy value.
Any way to automatically sync Play Store applications across multiple devices. In other words, I have a Nexus 7, TPad, LG Connect (work phone) and then I also switch between a GNex and Rezound (personal phone).
Is there anyway that if I download an app from one device that the app will also automatically be pushed/downloaded on the other devices?
It is a real pain to have to remember to go to each other device and download the app, and even worse when I switch between handsets that may not have been used for several week.
Has anybody meet such a problem? when using the bluetooth chat sample , it says could not connected! i have tested the sample with two android2.1 mobile phone! anyone who meet such a problem can share the solution? the code just go to the socket.accept then it block,could not go !
So I can get my Incredible to pair with my Dell E6410 but it says not connected and I can't figure out why it won't connect I've tried rebooting both the phone and the laptop and also re-pairing them both to each other.
Does anyone know why I can't connect my motorola cliq to my bluetooth in a Nissan Morano 2009, it's a bose voice active system that works with other android phones , such as the g1 and my touch from t-Mobile. The phone is not reconizing the bluetooth when it should be pairing.
I have an app that I'm wanting to use (Reads car protocols to control tablet). Presently, this app relies on the data being transfered via USB into the tablet. I'm wanting to either add or replace this connection method to allow for Bluetooth. I assume I'm only needing to change this connection method within the app's resources, manifest and XML files - needs to point to the Bluetooth socket, instead of the USB socket.
Currently, I connect to the OBDII Bluetooth device and run Torque. So, the connection will already be present with the device, just need the separate app (Steering Controls) to read the data coming into the tablet via Bluetooth for specific information that triggers the app to do what it's designed to do.
I have a Bluetooth recevier connected to the head unit in my car. It's paired with my Droid and connects just fine manually, but it won't autoconnect when it sees the unit. My BT headset autoconnects, so I'm not really sure what's different.