|Design Name||Windows Phone 7|
|Apr 5, 2011||Main||PICS |
|Member Company||Microsoft Corporation|
|Design Model Number||Windows Phone 7|
|Hardware Version Number||N/A|
|Software Version Number||7.5|
|Qualification Assessment Date||June/05/2011|
|Design Description||Mobile Phone Operating System|
|Product Type||Host Subsystem|
|Profile / Protocol||Role / Version (If Any)|
|Headset Profile||Audio Gateway (AG) |
Headset Profile v1.1
|Service Discovery Protocol|| |
|Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol|| |
|Generic Access Profile|| |
|Serial Port Profile|| |
|Audio/Video Control Transport Protocol||AVCTP 1.0 Target|
|Audio/Video Remote Control Profile||AVRCP 1.3 Target|
|Generic Audio/Video Distribution Profile||Acceptor |
|Audio/Video Distribution Transport Protocol||Acceptor |
|Advanced Audio Distribution Profile||A2DP 1.2 |
|Hands-Free Profile||Audio Gateway (AG) |
CVSD audio coding over SCO
Hands-Free Profile 1.5
|Phone Book Access Profile||PSE|
|Host Controller Interface|| |
Microsoft has updated the Bluetooth stack in Windows Phone 7.5, with the new stack receiving Bluetooth SIG approval on the 5th June 2011.
New is Hand-Free Profile 1.5, which should mean better support for Bluetooth car kits. Also updated is the AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Protocol) from version 1.0 to 1.3, which brings track and other meta-data information transmission and playback status information (paused, stopped, etc).
Unfortunately it still does not bring the stack up to even iOS 4 level, which supports Personal Area Network (PAN) profile, often used of peer to peer multi-player gaming and Human Interface Device Profile, used for Bluetooth keyboards and controllers.
See the profile at the Bluetooth SIG here.