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Bluetooth Manager

Adeneo Embedded maintains since 2003 its own Bluetooth Manager which provides an easy-to-use graphical interface to identify, list, connect and communicate with devices in the range.

The Adeneo Embedded Bluetooth Manager:

  • Is designed for Windows Embedded CE and Windows Mobile, as an extension of the standard Microsoft Bluetooth stack;

  • Supports platforms based on ARM or MIPS processors.
Product Type Version OS Price Download link
Bluetooth Manager BIN Binary 2.13 WinMo 5.0/6.5 - CE5/CE6 Contact us Buy
Bluetooth Manager EVAL Evaluation 2.13 WinMo 5.0/6.5 - CE5/CE6 FREE Download/
Bluetooth Manager SRC Source 2.13 WinMo 5.0/6.5 - CE5/CE6 Contact us Buy

  • Overview
  • Application Features
  • Supported Profiles
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Key Advantages Using the Adeneo Embedded Bluetooth Manager

  • Full object-oriented software architecture to ease customization and match OEM's device specific Bluetooth requirements;

  • Full encapsulation of Microsoft Windows Embedded CE Bluetooth stack to secure smooth integration and the development of Windows Embedded CE or Windows Mobile based devices requiring Bluetooth communication;

  • Layered design with complete independence between "Bluetooth Engine" and UI to allow direct access to the engine for headless devices and/or easy integration with custom UI and OEM's specific applications.
Bluetooth Manager

Bluetooth Manager User Interface

Key Features

  •  The Bluetooth Management (access to the local and remote profiles) is based on a single Dynamic Link Library (DLL) to ease the use in custom device applications;

  •  The Graphical User Interface (GUI) relays calls to the Bluetooth Manager DLL.

Technical Requirements

  •  Compatible Bluetooth transceiver (USB or UART Based HCI Bluetooth controller);

  •  Customized OS Design (for Windows Embedded CE device) integrating the support of the Bluetooth stack and support for desired Bluetooth profiles in the runtime image.

Windows CE 5.0

Windows Embedded CE 6.0

Windows Mobile 5.0 / 6.5





































 S&C - Server and Client

 © - Only Client

Description of Supported Profiles

Service Discovery Protocol (SDP)

Service Discovery Protocol allows device to discover other devices and their services.

Serial Port Profile (SPP)

Serial Port Profile allows two devices to set up a virtual port between them over Bluetooth.

Object Push Profile (OPP)

Object Push Profile manages push server and push client. The Object push uses Generic Object Exchange Profile (GOEP) to define the interoperability requirements needed.

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

File Transfer Protocol allows client device to brows file and folder on a server device. The client device can pull a file once a location is found on server device. The client can push a file from the client to the serve using GOEP.

Dial-up Networking Profile (DUN)

Dial-up Networking Profile allows a standard access to Internet and other dial-up service over Bluetooth.

Personal Area Networking Profile (PAN)

Personal Area Networking Profile allows two or more devices to form an ad-hoc network and how to access a remote networking through a network access point.

The PAN defines three roles:

  • Network Access Point (NAP) and NAP Service = A device that supports NAP service provides some of the features of an Ethernet bridge to support network services

  • Group Ad-hoc Network (GN) and GN Service = A device that supports GN service is able to forward Ethernet packets to each of the connected devices

  • PAN User (PANU) and PANU service = PANU is for device that uses either the GN service or the NAP service

Human Interface Device Profile (HID)

Human Interface Device defines protocols to allow the use of devices such as keyboards, pointing devices, gaming devices and remote monitoring devices.

Headset Profile (HSP)

Headset Profile allows device to communicate with a headset.

Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)

A2DP allows to stream stereo-quality audio from a media source to a sink. The audio source is the music player and the audio sink is the wireless headset or stereo speakers.


You can download right above the Windows Embedded CE and Windows Mobile versions of our Bluetooth Manager:

  • Evaluation version
  • Binary version
  • Source version
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