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Hi Dan,

The API Keys you can generate on this site, the Jabra Developer Zone, is not used with Xpress.
They are used when initializing our SDK libraries.

Can you elaborate on what you're trying to achieve by calling these APIs?
If you're not comfortable discussing that in a public forum, please create a support ticket here: https://developer.jabra.com/ticket/support

Best regards,
Jesper Kolbeck
Hi mGoyal,

Our technical team did some more digging and found that the isBTPaired function was renamed in October 2018 to isDongle.
You should be able to use that function directly without using the work-around provided earlier.

Best regards,
Jesper Kolbeck
Hi again mGoyal,

There's no version of deviceInfo.isBTPaired in the new library, but you you can try to get the name of the BT connected device.
I null is returned, then it is not paired. Something like below.

Will this solve your problem?

bool isBTConnected(const unsigned short deviceID)
{
    char* name = Jabra_GetConnectedBTDeviceName(deviceID);
    if (name)
    {
        Jabra_FreeString(name);
        return true;
    }
    return false;
}


Jesper
Hi James,

We're investigating what the effort will be to support Apple's new processors natively.
Once that is clarified we'll add it to our roadmap and I'll be able to give you an expected release date.

Jesper
Hi mGoyal,

With the latest release of SDK 1.8.8.4 on May 5th we reintroduced Jabra_GetLock and Jabra_ReleaseLock methods.
Download the package from the macOS SDK page, or directly here: https://developer.jabra.com/fileMedia/download/5a6b18a7-3718-4d3e-89bb-0c625f111064

I will do some more investigation on deviceInfo.isBTPaired and code examples, and get back to you.

Best regards,
Jesper Kolbeck
Hi James,

I'll check up on the priority on this and get back to you.

Best regards,
Jesper Kolbeck
With MacOS SDK version 1.8.7.15 the problems with MacOS Big Sur was fixed.
See release notes here: https://developer.jabra.com/fileMedia/download/5b1e1c3f-4cac-466d-a3b9-3ed1c892c6fe

The reason we announced it on March 8th was that we had similar issues with the Chrome Host for MacOS, which wasn't solved until then.
To make the Chrome browser integration work on Mac you need Chrome Host version 2.1.1 installed.
Find it here: https://developer.jabra.com/site/global/sdks/chromium/index.gsp#resources
 
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