Managing Bluetooth Devices and Services
This section describes how to use the Bluetooth API to directly control Bluetooth devices and services.
For information about using the Windows Sockets interface to program Bluetooth on Windows, see Windows Sockets Support for Bluetooth.
Note Bluetooth does not prevent power management features from interrupting Bluetooth transmissions. Bluetooth-enabled applications can monitor power messages to prevent such interruption. For more information, see Using Power Management.
This section contains the following topics.
|Selecting a Bluetooth Device||Describes how to select a Bluetooth device.|
|Bluetooth and WM_DEVICECHANGE Messages||Explains the interaction between Bluetooth and WM_DEVICECHANGE messages.|
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