Wizard uses Microsoft Bluetooth Stack


The majority of questions I’ve had about the Wizard device is – what bluetooth stack does it use?


It’s using the Microsoft Bluetooth stack.


The other great news is that it appears the stack now works really well with the BMW Bluetooth Car Kit as it now pairs and transfers all the contact information to my car 🙂


Comments (8)
  1. irblinx says:

    which version of the BMW car kit do you have? We have 3 different versions at work & haved had various levels of failure with the Xda IIs!!

    Does the phonebook transfer & steering wheel remote control dialling work?

  2. MSDNArchive says:

    I have the new 5 series – yes phonebook transfer worked and the steering wheel/idrive worked fine 🙂 THe XDA IIs is Windows Mobile 2003SE so won’t have the same BT stack as the Wizard which is WM 5 🙂

  3. BMWX5 says:

    HI

    What BMW did u tried with? i have 2005 X5 the only PPC phone is compatble is the hw6515 but not contact transfer.

    are you talking about the contact in the SIM card, or in the Wizard?

  4. irblinx says:

    Great news, I realise the difference in radio stack I was just wondering how the new MS stack in WM5 fared in comparison to the Widcom version.

    I assume that the sound quality has improved over older versions too?

    Out of interest, did you try this out with the Exec?

  5. Blah says:

    How about running SPB benchmark! 🙂

  6. MSDNArchive says:

    I’m referring to the contacts in the device – sync’d with Exchange 2003. The Wizard has a later build of Windows Mobile 5 compared to my Universal

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