It was suggested in a private message that I should use audio over IP
standards. I think I would have argued against the idea of doing audio
over IP since you lose interoperability with a lot of bluetooth gear.
However, I believe in addition to no HCI-routable SCO, the infineon only
supports one active bluetooth connection.
So we can't use bluetooth to attach to an access point in addition to a
headset or whatever. We'll have to target applications that push
everything through the access point. So... audio over IP seems to be the
> However, I believe in addition to no HCI-routable SCO, the infineon only
> supports one active bluetooth connection.
FWIW, this was wrong. Infineon supports 7 simultaneous *slave*
connections. The problem is that the access point was set up to be
master and infineon can't connect to both master and slave devices
I was able to make the access point (another machine running bluez btw)
keep the role of slave and then I could do sdp queries, etc from the
gumstix even when it was using bluetooth for its network.
Unfortunately, I still couldn't send stereo audio to my hp headset while
online through bluetooth--it would get up to the point where it would
normally start the stream and nothing would transfer. I will look into
this more but I'm using usbnet for now.
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