Nokia 6112 Bluetooth

Category: Bluetooth
Manufacturer: Nokia
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not specified
Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: Not specified / Not specified

Windows device driver information for Nokia 6112 Bluetooth

Nokia 6112 Bluetooth is a mobile accessory device and a wireless communication device produced by Nokia for the Nokia 6112 cell phone. Bluetooth provides a wireless method of communication and facilitates the exchange of data over a short distance from a fixed device to a mobile device. The use of Bluetooth facilitates the creation of personal area networks (PAN). Originally, Bluetooth was developed to offer an alternative wireless communication method in lieu of the RS232 data cables. Bluetooth can link to several devices and is therefore able to overcome synchronization problems. Bluetooth enables the user to benefit from wireless communication regardless of where he or she is located. That there is no need for messy wires in order for one to be able to communicate makes Bluetooth a very convenient method of communication over a short distance. Devices which are within range of each other can communicate using Bluetooth.

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The Nokia 6112 is Bluetooth enabled and it utilizes the Bluetooth specification 2.1 along with the Hands-Free profile as well as EDR headset profile 1.1. Bluetooth specification 2.1 is a Bluetooth version which was adopted in the year 2007. Some of its features include EIR (Extended inquiry response); a features that provides additional information for the duration of the inquiry procedure to permit enhanced device filtering before connection is achieved. Sniff subrating is another feature which reduces the consumption of power when the device being used is in low-power mode, particularly on links which have asymmetric flows of data. Bluetooth 2.1 specification permits device pairs to negotiate the frequency in which they will send messages. A third feature is EPR (Encryption pause/ resume) which gives an encryption key the capability to be altered with minimal management from the blue tooth host. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Nokia 6112 Bluetooth errors before installing any driver updates.