[maemo-developers] Serial through Bluetooth on N800

From: Aaron Westerdale pvillese at gmail.com
Date: Fri Mar 9 08:10:06 EET 2007

Thank you, I started looking at the code for maemo-mapper and it looks very
readable and I hope to find everything I need.  Once I figure out how things
work around the here I will create a project so others can use my code for
an example or what ever others can use it for.

On 3/8/07, Larry Battraw <lbattraw at gmail.com> wrote:
>   Aaron, you might want to check out the code for maemo-mapper or
> gpsd.  As far as I know bluetooth GPS use the bluetooth serial port
> profile for transmitting data.  Should be straightforward to extract
> what you need.
> Larry
> On 3/7/07, Aaron Westerdale <pvillese at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi sorry I'm new to writing apps on the N800 but want to write a program
> to
> > interact with an embeded system I'm going to hook a bluetooth device to
> > that, which is supposed to look like a serial port to the N800.  So is
> there
> > an application like serial port terminal or GTKterm which I use on my
> laptop
> > since that would do for now.  Also is there documentation on how to
> write a
> > program that would use the serial port.  I know I've seen that OBD-II
> sensor
> > that uses a bluetooth to serial adapter to communicate to the N800 and
> it
> > says right on nokia's product page that it can communicate via bluetooth
> to
> > a serial port.  I did download the code for the katix programs, I think
> Kate
> > said that she is using the USB port like it is a serial port in there if
> I
> > understood her correctly, and I've started to look through there to see
> if I
> > can find anything useful in my situation also that code was written to
> work
> > on the 770 so I don't know if it will be the same for the N800.  Thank
> you
> > for any help.
> >
> > --
> > --------------------------
> > Aaron Westerdaleseri
> >

Aaron Westerdale
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