Socket Communications just released the final Bluetooth CF card drivers 120D for Pocket PCs.
The Socket Communications Engineering team put a significant effort into re-architecting the software stack to take care of problems found in some of the Pocket PC 2002 operating system powered devices. These changes eliminate problems with the software causing Virtual COM port errors, as well as allowing the product to work on both the Casio Cassiopeia E-200 and the NEC MobilePro P300.
- Support for Microsoft ActiveSync with a Bluetooth-enabled desktop or notebook
- Phone support added for the Nokia 6310, Nokia 6310i, and NTT Docomo PALDIO 633S
- Support of LAN Access Profile via PPP (Note: users need to have Rev F cards for this feature - see below)
- Support for the Bluetooth Fax Profile
- Point-to-multipoint support
To use some of the new features, your Bluetooth card have to be revision F or greater. To check if your card is compliant please turn back your card and verify your revision letter:
If you have a F card or later, your card is up to date, if you have an E card, you can exchange it to the latest F firmware to be able to use some of the new features too.
Socket offers a detailed Q&A page for exchanging the card which you will find here.
Cheers ~ Arne
UPDATE: I just had a conversation with Socket and they highlighted that you haven't to exchange your card to a F card if you want to use it for ActiveSync or mobile phone access only. Also Fax is already supported with the E card and the latest driver. However, if you want to access your LAN through Bluetooth with the Socket card and a Bluetooth Access Point, you need the F card.
Regarding exchanging the Bluetooth card in the UK, I got the following feedback from Socket: "In the UK, customers can contact Portable Add-ons who have assured me that they will do the upgrade free of charge (excluding shipping)." That's real great news - isn't it? Thanks Socket for this information.
Cheers ~ Arne
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