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We have both the C2541 and C2650 sensorTags.
In windows 8.1, we can discover both sensorTags.
We can pair and connect to C2541.
While pairing with C2650, an error message "That didn't work" appears.
Appreciate any advice.
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In reply to Eirik V:
we are not using btool or device monitor.
In windows 8.1, we select "Add new devices", or "Add a Bluetooth device" to discover and add the sensorTags.
From there, we are able to pair C2541, but not C2650.
How can we further troubleshoot?
In reply to Say Leng Teo:
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In reply to svendbt:
You don't need over the air traces. You just need to understand that the new sensortag (as it ships) does not initiate any form of pairing requests/response AND that Windows 8+ will not connect to any bluetooth device without some form of pairing request.
I've seen in another thread where someone posted that modifying the source to use GAPBondMgr to initiate a pair should work but I've yet (in my limited BT experience) been able to accomplish this yet.
Has anybody done this already? If so, could you share the source changes?
In reply to Keith Kepler:
Hello, I'm having the same issue with CC2650, unable to pair in Windows 8.1. Has this been resolved?
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