AVRCP – Download and Sample Codes On Windows Mobile

by prateek on July 26, 2009

AVRCP stands for Audio/Video Remote Control Profile. This is a broad way to handle Audio/Video Remote Control Profile of Bluetooth on Windows Mobile Device. This works in combination with the GSPlayer, CorePlayer or other application.

This is a Microsoft product available for free which uses Audio/Video Control Transport Control Protocol (AVCTP). This Microsoft component is an extension layer to the L2CAP layer in the Microsoft Bluetooth Protocol Stack. It supports many commands such as Play, Stop, Pause, Forward and Backward.


This works on Windows Mobile Device running on OS version of 5/6. This application uses a mere 16KB of memory space. When you start open it for the first time you wont see any thing from it. But when start it second time, a menu would be shown at your screensA?a??a?? bottom.

This menu lets you configure various things such as the path to the application you want to control and timings for double and triple clicks. Be cautious to not to click the OK button, because once you click on it, the application will exit after that. The menu dissovles in by clicking somewhere else.
We now show you some sample codes for CorePlayer and GSPlayer:

Sample codes for CorePlayer:
play/pause 1102
PREV 1100
NEXT 1101
OpenFile Dialog 1105
Switch Display 1037

Sample codes for GSPlayer:
play/pause 40027
PREV 40037
NEXT 40038
FastFF 40075
FastBack 40074
OpenFile Dialog 40018
Switch Display 100

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