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Bluetooth api available but not allowed by Operator. What does this mean?

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When you test whether your mobile device (for non-Android, non-BlackBerry and non-Windows phones) is JSR-82 compliant by running the GS-911Verifier.jar on your device, you could get the above as one of the results. This means that in theory your phone / mobile device could run GS-911 HOWEVER, your Mobile Network Operator has crippled the phone (probably a branded phone), by running other Firmware on it, and so doing, NOT allowing a whole host of things, one of which is a bluetooth Serial (profile) connection to a data device (this is not a audio device / headset).

This is not our fault, and something that MANY other people are very unhappy about in general!

To read more about Network Operator Crippled phones (specifically in the USA), see the links below:

Hence it is imperative that you test your mobile device using GS-911Verifier.jar or if you are buying a new one, ask the service agent to test it for you, if they don't know...

 

However, on the bright side, it seems the Network Operators are at long last seeing the error of their ways, and opening up their mobiles...