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From: Nicolas Boullis (nboullisdebian.org)
Date: Tue Oct 01 2013 - 16:04:16 CDT
Thanks Ludovic for your answer.
On Sun, Sep 29, 2013 at 08:36:08PM +0200, Ludovic Rousseau wrote:
> After a quick research I find that Bluetooth SAP is SIM Access Profile
> . I did not know this protocol.
That's right, sorry for not explaining the acronym myself.
> I don't know any Bluetooth SIM Access Profile driver for pcsc-lite.
> I guess you are looking for the client side of the protocol and will
> use your phone as the server side. Exact?
> It should be possible to write such a driver. Maybe not easy if you
> know nothing about PC/SC-lite, SIM and Bluetooth...
> The SAP protocol should provide every thing needed for pcsc-lite. Have
> a look at the pcsc-lite driver API here .
Thanks for the pointer to the pcsc-line driver API.
At first sight, it shouldn't be overly complex to write the driver I
need; I should definitely give it a try.
> Maybe you can start with existing and published code from Android?
That might also be a good idea, thanks for the suggestion.
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