Updating bluetooth stack
is a type of EXE file associated with Bluetooth Software developed by Atheros Communications, Inc. The latest known version of is 22.214.171.124, which was produced for Windows 7.
This EXE file carries a popularity rating of 3 stars and a security rating of "UNKNOWN".
For some time now, I have been partial to cordless mice; they’re much less of a hastle to use than “conventional” mice, especially if you use a laptop primarily.Â Several months ago, I decided to upgrade from a Logitech MX700 cordless optical mouse to an MX900 Bluetooth optical mouse, so that with my new Bluetooth-enabled laptop, I would not need to bring the bulky charger/base station it to plug into my computer at work every day.
As it would happen, the MX900 base station has a Bluetooth receiver that you can use (in conjunction with the WIDCOMM – now Broadcom – Bluetooth stack) to connect to other Bluetooth devices out there.Â At the time when I first got the mouse, I didn’t really see this as all that useful, as my laptop already had an integrated Bluetooth receiver that was supposed by the Microsoft Bluetooth stack included with Windows XP SP2.Â Recently, however, I got a second Bluetooth enabled device – a new cell phone – and decided that I might as well see what I could do with getting one of my other computers at my apartment talking to it.
When the file has been downloaded, double-click on it to run the setup program.
The Install Shield® wizard begins installing the WIDCOMM Bluetooth software.3. After the Bluetooth software is installed, in Initial Bluetooth Configuration Wizard, click Next, and follow the on-screen instructions to configure your Bluetooth environment.
The latest version of WIDCOMM Bluetooth Software is 126.96.36.1990, released on 10/24/2016.Without executable files like btvstack.exe, you wouldn't be able to use any programs on your PC.Because of their usefulness and ubiquity, EXE files are commonly used as a method of delivery for virus / malware infection.At a minimum, each profile specification contains information on the following topics: This profile defines how multimedia audio can be streamed from one device to another over a Bluetooth connection (it is also called Bluetooth Audio Streaming).For example, music can be streamed from a mobile phone, to a wireless headset, hearing aid/cochlear implant streamer, car audio, or from a laptop/desktop to a wireless headset; also, voice can be streamed from a microphone device to a recorder on a PC.