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To repeat a question I asked above, is SPP officially supported "out of the box" or does it need to be added in the list of unsupported profiles?
 
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To repeat a question I asked above, is SPP officially supported "out of the box" or does it need to be added in the list of unsupported profiles?
Don't know what you are expecting, serial connections work out of the box like in other Linux OS, as you can see by the PUSH N900 examples.
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SPP is NOT listed as a supported profile. If it was supported I would expect it to be listed in the official documentation as supported.
 
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What I (and a lot of people with me) are interested in is if rSAP is supported, this is also called "remote sim" in some devices or just SAP (Sim Access Profile).

It is used for mainly nokia carkits (in most VAG (VW, Seat, Skoda, etc.) cars). The carkit connects to the phone, copies the sim data, then puts the phones own transmitter into offline mode and uses the data from the sim to bring online it's own transmitter. For increased reception, lower battery usage on the phone and great voice quality.

Normally this is available in nokia telephones running S60, or rather in symbian phones running S60.

Since this is also a nokia phone, I am really wondering if the profile is in there, or, if not, if it can be added!

Any insight appreciated.
 

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Originally Posted by tz1 View Post
SPP is NOT listed as a supported profile. If it was supported I would expect it to be listed in the official documentation as supported.
DUN and HSP require SPP support.

[quote]This profile is based on the ETSI TS 07.10 specification and uses the RFCOMM protocol. It emulates a serial cable to provide a simply implemented wireless replacement for existing RS-232 based serial communications applications, including familiar control signals. It provides the basis for DUN, FAX, HSP and AVRCP profiles.
Originally Posted by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_Port_Profile#Serial_Port_Profile_.28SPP.29
SPP[/url]
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What I (and a lot of people with me) are interested in is if rSAP is supported, this is also called "remote sim" in some devices or just SAP (Sim Access Profile).
Previous tablets did support it, but in the opposite direction. I think it was only used for EAP-SIM WiFi authentication, but I could be wrong. Interestingly it is still listed in http://wiki.maemo.org/Documentation/...o_Connectivity.
 
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Previous tablets did support it, but in the opposite direction. I think it was only used for EAP-SIM WiFi authentication, but I could be wrong. Interestingly it is still listed in http://wiki.maemo.org/Documentation/...o_Connectivity.
Hmm, now that is interesting. I also have been reading up on bluez and what kind of implementation that would support. And from what I have been able to gather, bluez does have support for it, both in client and in server mode.

http://wiki.bluez.org/wiki/GSoC2009/...als/SAP-Server is a good one. It says that someone is trying to make this work it seems.

And also this http://gitorious.org/~nehulstudent/b...ra/commits/sap would indicate that someone started the project and has begun writing code for it.

Now I'm not really at home yet with how all this stuff works, but learning quickly. If we could get this thread to actually figure out how to get it working (or if it's in there allready or not) that would be great I think!
 
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A pet project I'd like to see is the ICP (Intercom) profile on the N900 so it could be part of a biker-to-biker comm. Seeing this thread is encouraging...
 
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Anyone whom has been to the summit, have you maybe been able to garther some more information about this? I know there was a special session about bluetooth and the hacking/adding of/to it.

As always, interested in the rSAP plans if there are any official plans. Just trying to keep the topic alive!

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Found also this : https://bugs.maemo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5204 so more people have been searching for it.

From what I can see, currently it is not listed yet in brainstorm. I will try to register it as a feature request as soon as I can.

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For me the N900 is unusable without RSAP as I spend so much time in my car. I need this to work otherwise I will go back a step to my N97.
 
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