We got a bluetooth bee for testing purpose on hardware. Unfortunately the device only seems to run SPP. But it seems possible to do more than that.
Here's the product:
And the datasheet:
When I enter in AT mode, I can set the class of the device to something different to the default. While scanning, my computer could see that my blueooth device was a "keyboard" using the class
That said, while trying to
PAIR it with OsX 10.8, I set the pair code to
1234 as configured but osx isn't able to pair the device. (It seems to enter the pincode correctly and wait for something to happen and then fail)
It's not possible to be in inquery mode unless you started the
SPP profile. Which makes me think that it's not possible to run my own profile using
UART but since we can change the device class, it should be possible to run my own profile but I couldn't find anything about it.
I'd like to know if it's possible to run different service like "hid" on this chip even if the firmware only seem to support the
spp profile but allows different classes. I'd like to implement a HID device like a remote control