Toshiba Bluetooth Stack for non-Toshiba Notebooks 8.00.03 for Windows 64-bit

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Date: April 6, 2011
File Size: 38.6 MB
OS Support: Windows Vista / 7 64-bit
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Release notes:

TOSHIBA Bluetooth Stack version: 8.00.03(T) Premium Edition for end users

Check your current Bluetooth Stack version:

- "Bluetooth Settings -> Help -> About..."
- "Right click Bluetooth system tray icon-> About..."

Changes of Bluetooth Stack v7.10.18(T) -> 8.00.03(T) :

- Support for Bluetooth 3.0 + High Speed !!!
- Support for additional Bluetooth hardware
- Support for Atheros WB195 combo
- Support for Intel Rainbow Peak
- DUN wizard update
- URL update
- Various fixes

Supported Hardware:

- Support for Atheros, Broadcom, CSR and RFMD (Silicon Wave)
Bluetooth chips based hardware
(Bluetooth USB adapters and internal Bluetooth modules)

Supported Operating Systems:

- Windows 2000
AV and HSP profile needs Service_Pack_3 or later
and hotfix Q818801 of Microsoft
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;818801

- Windows XP Home/Professional/Tablet PC Edition/Media Center Edition
AV and HSP profile needs Service_Pack_2 and later
or hotfix Q816650 of Microsoft
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;816650

Swedish Windows WinXP SP1:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;831717
WinXP SP2 does NOT need this hotfix.
This hotfix is needed for DUN, FAX and LAP.

- Windows Vista

- Windows7

Supported Bluetooth Profiles:

- 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

Additional features:

- End user license support
- HDP profile support
- Bluetooth stack certified by the Continua Health Alliance
- Multi connection capable HFP (Handsfree Profile) device support
- IT-Admin functions (allows the Administrator to limit Bluetooth
functions for Standard Users)
- Bluetooth speaker auto-reconnect function. It is especially
useful for Bluetooth speakers (can be enabled in "Bluetooth Settings
-> speaker icon ->Detail...->Automatic connection..")
- Scatternet support
- VoIP utility, which works together with Skype
- Bluetooth specification v1.1 support
- Bluetooth specification v1.2 support
- Bluetooth specification v2.0 + EDR support
- Bluetooth specification v2.1 + EDR support
- Bluetooth specification v3.0 + HS support
- Microsoft SDIO controller driver is supported
- "Remote Camera" tool for Bluetooth Cameras with "RemCam"-profile
support, which is a (not mandatory) sub-profile of the BIP-profile.
- Enhanced HCRP profile to support all Canon printer tools.
- Silent installation feature
- Restricted user support
- Setup and installation scripting features
- HID auto-connect function for Bluetooth bar code scanner
"Symbol LS3578"
- Share Mode
Each user can share registered data and settings.
Private Linkkey feature is available. This function supports
security between each users.
- IT Admin feature with Share Mode option.
- Startup option of Bluetooth Manager is controlled by parameter
setting in "TosBtUtl.ini" file.
- Enhanced printer management utilities
Toshiba bluetooth printer tools:
Tbpcheck: Tool to get printer configurations
Tbpsetuup: Tool for Bluetooth printer pre-installation
Tbpconfig: Restricted user can setup bluetooth printers.
- AV Remote Control feature is enhanced.
Windows Media Player, iTunes, others
- Microsoft "OEM Ready Program" compliant.
- Hardware detection install mode is supported.
Main Set File Name: setup.exe
Installation Parameters: /s /v/qn /DETECT:"ACPI\TOS6205"
- Bluetooth stack startup options (do not start, start disabled)
- Bluetooth PAN auto-reconnect

Installation instructions:

[Normal installation]
- Extract the zip-file and double click the exe-file.

[Unattended installation]
- Extract the zip-file and execute the exe-file.
- Installation Wizard.
- Open the extracted folder Bluetooth stack folder
- Execute the "silent_install.bat" file as Administrator
(Vista, Windows 7: Right click the file "silent_install.bat"
and select "Run as administrator")


[Remove the Bluetooth-stack]
- By command line:
Remove Bluetooth stack only, but keep Bluetooth devices settings:
msiexec.exe /x"{CEBB6BFB-D708-4F99-A633-BC2600E01EF6}" /qn

Remove Bluetooth stack and Bluetooth devices settings:
msiexec.exe /x"{CEBB6BFB-D708-4F99-A633-BC2600E01EF6}" /qn
DELETEALL=1

- Manually:
Start Bluetooth Bluetooth-stack installer or
Use "Start -> Control Panel-> Add or Remove Programs ->
Bluetooth Stack for Windows by Toshiba

Limitations:

- If the automatic FAX receiving is enabled on Microsoft FAX manager and DUN, FAX, or LAP profile icon is registered on "Bluetooth Settings", then it may take a couple of minutes to turn on Bluetooth on resume from standy.

- The cursor moves slow when using Microsoft Bluetooth mouse via SD Bluetooth Card 2.

- No repeated Headset connect on SD Bluetooth Card 2. (you have to reboot or eject and plugin the SD Card to get the Headset correctly connected again)

- Scatternet(*), Headset-profile and HID-profile will NOT be supported by the following old hardware (check it in the Windows "Device Manager" under "Universal Serial Bus Controllers"):
- Bluetooth USB Controller from TOSHIBA
- Bluetooth USB Controller-2 from TOSHIBA

* A group of piconets in which connections consists between different piconets is called a scatternet. For instance, a Bluetooth controller is connected to LAN access point as "slave", while connected to a mouse as "master". If it supports scatternet, then these two piconets can work.

Disclaimer:

All Bluetooth stack versions are released without warranty of any kind. Installing the newest Bluetooth stack on older hardware is your own risk. TOSHIBA does not warrant that the product will work uninterrupted or error free. TOSHIBA can not be held liable for any damages, including consequential damages, loss of data or any operating instability arising out of installing the newest
Bluetooth stack.

Note: Before proceeding with your driver installation we suggest you make sure you are installing the latest version available and for the appropriate model/revision and Operating System. We strongly suggest following 'readme' instructions for installing drivers when available. Often restarting your system will be necessary for the new driver to become active and start functioning properly.

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