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Hello all,

I am developing a program for Mobile phones.
And for that I need BT MAC Addresses.

So, I wonder.
Does anyone want to help me??

I need to know what Brand of Mobile you've got and what the first 6 Characters of your Bluetooth Mac Address.

I hope somebody will help me with this.. :D

Thank you already :D

Gr.
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What's the program and why do you need MAC addresses?

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Well, its for my Research.. (So, its not really intresting)
Its a Phone Recognizer. Since very often I when I open my Bluetooth explorer to send files to a friend or something I see Double Names.
So, I never really know who is who.
I decited to make a Phone BT Reconizer. The problem with that is. I need the first 6 Digits of of MAC since the first 3 Hex-Pairs tell the Vendor.
So lets say your MAC is: 12:34:BA:BE:EF:56
I'll only need 12:34:BA but I'd like to get 12:34:BA:B to test a theory :D

I hope you trust me, I can't do anything with that MAC adrs.

Thanks =)

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I'm sure you can't do anything with it but still feel uncomfortable posting in a forum so have PMed you the first 7 digits.

Good luck!

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I'm sure you can't do anything with it but still feel uncomfortable posting in a forum so have PMed you the first 7 digits.

Good luck!


Heh, thats alright.
Thanks a lot =)

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If you go here, you can download the public list of MAC address groups.

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THANK YOU!
I was looking for that =) I knew it should be somewhere, Thanks

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You're welcome. I only knew it existed as our company recently registered a MAC address block for our products.

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You're welcome. I only knew it existed as our company recently registered a MAC address block for our products.


Heh anyway. It works =)
Thanks, I need my EEE Laptop back now and I can have test the program. Then rewrite it in Java :D

Thanks!

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