[Interest] Bluetooth on Windows 10
maitai at virtual-winds.org
Mon Jul 23 18:34:15 CEST 2018
Ok, thanks Alex for the clear answer, that is a great news.
I have tried the pingpong-bluetooth example and couldn't make it work. I
tried various machines (2 Windows 10/1803, 1 Windows/1 Android, 1 Mac/1
Android, etc), I do not see any debug or strange messages but the client
never finds the server (Qt 5.11.1).
Now that I know that it should work I will dig deeper
Le 23-07-2018 17:17, Alex Blasche a écrit :
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Interest
>> <interest-bounces+alexander.blasche=qt.io at qt-project.org> On
>> Behalf Of maitai
>> I have already read many posts on this topic, but I cannot understand
>> following statement in the documentation:
>> "Despite there not being a Win32 port yet, the WinRT backend is
>> used if the win32 target platform supports the required WinRT APIs.
>> requirement is Windows 10 version 1507 with slightly improved service
>> since Windows 10 version 1607. Therefore Windows 7 and 8.x targets are
> The Win32 build will silently use WinRT-only API to enable this
> feature. This works because we can assume that the relevant windows
> builds have the required API. There is a runtime check that guards the
>> Does it mean QBluetooth (regular) will work on Windows 10 version 1803
>> out of
>> the box?
> Yes, it should.
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