Network Services Supported by Bluetooth Device
What network services are supported by my Bluetooth device?
If you want to find out what network services are supported by your Bluetooth device on your Windows XP system, you can use the "Local Services" tab on the "Bluetooth Configuration" tool:
1. Turn on the Bluetooth radio as shown in the previous tutorial.
2. Click "Start" > "Control Panel".
3. Double click "Bluetooth Configuration".
4. Click the "Local Services" tab, you will see a list network services supported by the Bluetooth device:
Service Name Startup Secure Connection Printer Automatic Required Bluetooth Imaging Automatic Required Audio Gateway Automatic Required Headset Automatic Required PIM Synchronization Automatic Required Fax Automatic Required File Transfer Automatic Required PIM Item Transfer Automatic Required Dial-up Networking Automatic Required Network Access Automatic Required Bluetooth Serial Port Automatic Required
See the picture below:
Note that settings for all services are: "Startup=Automatic Startup" and "Secure Connection=Required" by default. You should leave them as is and change them later when you have a better understanding.
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