Peripheral Makers: Building Swift Pair Peripherals

NOTE: We now have official MSDN documentation online, which we recommend you use to build against. This is where we will update you if we need to add or change anything for clarity. Link to Official MSDN Documentation This post will detail the requirements for a Bluetooth peripheral to support Swift Pair on Windows. There will…

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Swift Pair for Bluetooth Peripherals

Welcome everyone to Swift Pair, the newest way to pair your Bluetooth peripherals to Windows 10 PCs. This post will detail the feature and will answer any questions about how this quick and convenient feature works. This is the next evolution of our constant quest to make Bluetooth the best it can be. No longer…

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Bluetooth LE Explorer code is open source now!

After watching our Build 2017 videos many of you reached out to us asking for the source code to our Bluetooth LE Explorer app. We heard your requests and have made our app fully open-sourced! You can use our app to enumerate, connect and interact with nearby LE devices, read their services, characteristics and write…

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Introducing BluetoothLEHelper

We would like to introduce our much awaited BluetoothLEHelper, a new module that provides functionality to enumerate, connect, and interact with Bluetooth LE Peripherals. It is part of our open-source UWP Community Toolkit version 1.5 that enables the developer community to collaborate and contribute new capabilities on top of the SDK. The BluetoothLEHelper class uses…

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Welcome to the Windows Bluetooth Core Team blog!

Bluetooth is powering new innovations in wireless connectivity across computers, smart devices, and the Internet-of-Things. Besides being the input of choice for the new Surface accessories such as mice, keyboards, Surface Pen, and Surface Dial, it’s become the preferred protocol for wearables and health monitoring systems like Fitbit and Garmin. Because of Bluetooth, a Jabra Sport…

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