Toshiba Bluetooth Stack 9.10.15 With Crack Free Download

Toshiba Bluetooth Stack is an advanced and powerful software used for connection all external devices, Bluetooth (wireless phones, wireless headsets, digital cameras, etc.) with PC or laptop. Despite the fact that Toshiba has released a solution for their laptops, devices equipped with Bluetooth, this stack works with almost all currently known devices. At the moment this is the only alternative for users to install devices ISS BTA on Windows Vista and a recent feedback taken from some users explores that it supports all the devices that work with the stack of BlueSoleil, Widcomm and Microsoft.

Supported profiles Bluetooth:
A2DP: Advanced Audio Distribution Profile
AVRCP: AV Remote Control Profile
BIP: Basic Imaging Profile
DUN: Dial-Up Networking Profile
FAX: FAX Profile
FTP: File Transfer Profile
HCRP: Hardcopy Cable Replacement Profile
HDP: Health Device Profile
HID: Human Interface Device Profile
HFP: Handsfree Profile
HSP: Headset Profile
LAP: LAN Access Profile
OPP: Object Push Profile
PAN: Personal Area Networking Profile
SPP: Serial Port Profile

Supported specifications : 4.0, 3.0, 2.1, 2.0, 1.2, 1.1.
Supported OS: Windows 7 (32bit), Windows 7 (64bit), Windows 8 (32bit), Windows 8 (64bit), Windows XP SP2/SP3

How to make friends with the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack unsupported adapter:

If you are installing the software for Bluetooth does not support the device you want, you can try to add support manually in the appropriate prescribing. Inf file the necessary information.
For example, to make friends with the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack dongle Noname make the following steps:

1. Determine the “DeviceID” of our device. In XP, you can see through the “Control Panel \ System \ Device Manager” in the “Device Instance ID” tab “Data” of the device Bluetooth. For Noname is VID_0A5C & PID_2101.

2. Find the file tosrfusb.inf (\ Toshiba \ Bluetooth Toshiba Stack \ Drivers \ tosrfusb), open it in any text editor and look for the line “VID_0A5C & PID_2101″. Confirm that the device is not supported due to the lack of matches and start to edit the file.

3. Define sections. Inf file, which contains information about the “DeviceID”. In this case Forums [Standard] and [Standard.NTamd64].

4. Proceed to the end of section [Standard], analyze the last line:
% TosrfUsb.DeviceDesc118% = TosrfUsb_Device, USB \ VID_0DF6 & PID_2209
And according to it, add a new one, changing the track, and “DeviceID”:
% TosrfUsb.DeviceDesc119% = TosrfUsb_Device, USB \ VID_0A5C & PID_2101
The same is done a section [Standard.NTamd64].

5. Jump to the section that lists the displayed device names, we analyze the existing entry and, by analogy appended to the end of our description of the device:
TosrfUsb.DeviceDesc119 = “Noname Bluetooth USB Adaptor” or TosrfUsb.DeviceDesc119 = “Noname”

6. Save your changes and then connect the device and if the driver is not automatically set the path to the modified. Inf file.

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