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Old 03-10-2006, 12:48 PM   #45 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by dowlingm
Hi guys

when you get a chance could someone post the 4.1 Bluetooth policy options? Locking Discoverable as No is a priority for us.

TIA
- Disable Bluetooth

Specify whether to turn off support for Bluetooth technology on the BlackBerry device.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 3.8.0 and higher.

- Disable Pairing

Specify whether a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device cen establish a relationship (in other words, pair) with another Bluetooth device.

Note: Set this rule to True to prevent the BlackBerry device user from pairing with subsequent Bluetooth devices after the BlackBerry device pairs with an approved Bluetooth device (for example a headset).

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 3.8.0 and higher.

- Disable Headset Profile

Specify whether a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device can use the Bluetooth Headset Profile (HSP) required to enable wireless voice capabilities with most headsets and some car kits.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 3.8.0 and higher.

- Disable Handsfree Profile

Specify whether a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device can use the Bluetooth Hands Free Profile (HFP) required to enable wireless voice capabilities with most car kits and some headsets.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 3.8.0 and higher.

- Disable Serial Port Profile

Specify whether a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device can use the Bluetooth Serial Port Profile (SPP) required to establish a serial connection between the BlackBerry device and a Bluetooth peripheral using a serial port interface.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 3.8.0 and higher.

- Disable Discoverable Mode

Specify whether a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device can turn on Discoverable mode on a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device.

Note: A BlackBerry device with Discoverable mode turned on can be discovered by other Bluetooth-enabled devices in range of the BlackBerry device.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 4.0.2 and higher.

- Allow Outgoing Calls

Specify whether the user can place outgoing phone calls from a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of 0 will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 4.0.2 and higher.

- Disable Address Book Transfer

Specify whether the BlackBerry device can exchange address book data with compatible Bluetooth devices.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 4.1.0 and higher.

- Disable Desktop Connectivity

Specify whether a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device can connect to the BlackBerry Desktop Software over Bluetooth.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of True will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 4.1.0 and higher.

- Disable Wireless Bypass

Specify whether a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device can perform wireless bypass over Bluetooth.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of True will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 4.1.0 and higher.

- Require Password for Enabling Bluetooth Support

Specify whether the BlackBerry device requires that the user type the security password to enable Bluetooth support.

Set to True to require the BlackBerry device to prompt the user for the security password when enabling Bluetooth support.

Set to False to permit the BlackBerry device user to enable Bluetooth support without typing the security password.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 4.1.0 and higher.

- Require Password for Discoverable Mode

Specify whether the BlackBerry device requires that the user type the security password to enable Discoverable mode.

Set to True to require the BlackBerry device to prompt the user for the security password to make the BlackBerry device discoverable by other Bluetooth devices.

Set to False to permit the BlackBerry device user to turn on Discoverable Mode without entering the security password.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 4.1.0 and higher.

- Require Encryption

Specify whether a Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry device uses Bluetooth encryption on all connections.

Set to True to force Bluetooth-enabled BlackBerry devices to use Bluetooth encryption on all connections.

Note: Requiring Bluetooth encryption on all connections might restrict compatibility with other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

If you do not set this rule, a default value of False will be used.

This rule applies only to Java-based BlackBerry devices version 4.1.0 and higher.
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