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Old 03-31-2008, 02:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, new to the blackberry forums, but not to the troubling issues that some of us are dealing with.

I have been posting on pinstack.com and mp3car.com about this and so far, it seems that everyone is at a standstill with this. For my own application, I will be implementing at CarPC into my car and I wanted to have control of the phone with the PC via bluetooth connection.

What I know already is that in order to use Desktop Manager via bluetooth, you need to use the Microsoft bluetooth stack...no if's, and's or but's! Having said that, I used the Microsoft driver and was able to connect to Desktop manager properly, but under "Services," I only had the dialup networking service available, and not the AUDIO (Voice) Gateway, which I need.

So I went back to using the WIDCOMM driver/software and got my Audio Gateway back. When I have that connected, I can go into hyperterminal and connect to COM14 (bluetooth port) and make a call out using ATDTnnnnnnnnnn and ATH to hangup. If I try to do ATDT again, it says ERROR. (Haven't figured that one out yet, but not a top priority).

I also haven't been successful in finding a proprietary list of AT commands for the blackberry, which I would really like to have. Using this program called AT Sniffer (for my CarPC phone plug-in), it sends the "normal" list of AT commands to COM14 but more than 80% of them return with "ERROR."

If anyone has any information to add, I would greatly appreciate it. My ideal goal is to be able to make/end phone calls from the PC, retrieve the phonebook, accept/deny incoming calls....you know, the basics. I guess until I have the blackberry list of AT commands, I'm stuck.
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Really, no one else cares about this?
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i would love to find the at comand to work with my carpc and roadrunner
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Default Blackberry 8100 Bluetooth AT-Commands

Yes, there is more than one person that is interested in finding the AT-Commands for this model... Please notify me if you have discovered what they are, or simply post them within this forum posting!

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i've never really been sucessful at getting the bluetooth stack in windows to function correctly.

what version of windows are you going to be using? xp's bluetooth stack is terrible in comparison to vista (so i've heard). that may be a consideration as well.
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