Discussion in 'Questions (Windows Mobile)' started by WolfgangGruia, Jul 3, 2008.
How do I write a program to transmit data to a PC?
There are several different ways you can transmit data from the device to the PC.
- Bluetooth (Serial library) - See the SerialTerminal example.
- Network connection (Network library) - See the ChitChat example.
- Activesync (RAPI library) - There is an example in the documentation.
Except of the RAPI library which is a desktop library, you can use the same code on the desktop or device.
You can find these examples under: C:\Program Files\Anywhere Software\Basic4ppc Desktop\Samples.
I runned SerialTerminal both on PC and on the device.I clicked on
the menu 'Open Port' and tried out from COM1 to COM8, but I don't get it to work.
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Are you using Bluetooth?
Try to first make a connection between the device and the desktop using the program supplied with your bluetooth device.
If you are using a serial cable to connect between the PC and device - you need to make sure it is a 'Null Modem' wired cable.
I can make no Bluetooth connection between the PC and the Bluetooth-USB-Adapter on the PC.
It tells me always: "No remote device found" (I tried out 2 adpaters)
Make sure that your device bluetooth is in "Discoverable mode".
It should be somewhere in the bluetooth settings.
I have a 2 PCs with USB-Bluetooth adapters, but they don't find each other!
A message tells me "No local device found".
Both PCs are, I think, in discoverable mode!
You will need to consult your Bluetooth manuals
To finish this thread, I supply my results.
I tried two adapters to transmit data via
Bluetooth to a PocketPC. Only the second one from
the company Belkin did work ,thus that I managed to transmit