It enables similar applications to those the Plug-and-play specification allows.
This is important in order to make best use of the features on the device identified.
It may be broken down into smaller pieces: Allows the initiator to remotely use a digital camera.For example, a user could place a camera on a tripod for a group photo, use their phone handset to check that everyone is in frame, and activate the shutter with the user in the photo.Each A2DP service, of possibly many, is designed to uni-directionally transfer an audio stream in up to 2 channel stereo, either to or from the Bluetooth host. It includes mandatory support for the low-complexity SBC codec (not to be confused with Bluetooth's voice-signal codecs such as CVSDM), and supports optionally MPEG-1 Part 3/MPEG-2 Part 3 (MP2 and MP3), MPEG-2 Part 7/MPEG-4 Part 3 (AAC and HE-AAC), and ATRAC, and is extensible to support manufacturer-defined codecs, such as apt X.Some Bluetooth stacks enforce the SCMS-T digital rights management (DRM) scheme.This allows devices to send text, e-mails, v Cards, or other items to printers based on print jobs.
It differs from HCRP in that it needs no printer-specific drivers.
To do this the driver must know the proper identity of the peripheral.
Note that devices are expected to provide some basic functionality using only the Bluetooth profile implementation, and that additional software loaded using the Device ID information should only be necessary for extended or proprietary features.
In order to use Bluetooth technology, a device must be compatible with the subset of Bluetooth profiles (often called services) necessary to use the desired services.
A Bluetooth profile is a specification regarding an aspect of Bluetooth-based wireless communication between devices.
This is designed for cordless phones to work using Bluetooth.