MMI_TYPE_BUSYLIGHT - Remote MMI - Jabra Engage 50
(and no, the SDK demo for Windows currently does not do that correctly)
The C API supports this, the trick is that you’ll need to get focus on BusyLight first:
Jabra_ReturnCode res = Jabra_GetRemoteMmiFocus(deviceNo, RemoteMmiType::MMI_TYPE_BUSYLIGHT,
Detect Answer/Call Button of Jabra Headset
> Yes, It's a two years issue you still haven't answered.
Ok.But you also have a ticket in the support system registered with a lot more information exchanged.
I will re-open that ticket and continue the support dialogue there.
(We can update this thread once we found
Mute and GetState
i suppose your question concerns the WebSocket SDK? Is it possible for you to use the WebSocketTestClient and try out the scenario and provide a screen shot to me if reproducible?
Control Jabra 410 from Raspberry
It is not possible at the moment. Because there is not yet official SDK on ARM released :(
We can just cross fingers. I already create ticket about Linux ARM support about year ago, but with no luck
Windows 10 Universal Apps
currently the .Net API target .Net Framework. There seems to be no version available with targets .Net Core, so that it could be used in Windows 10 Universal apps. When will a version be available which supports this
let me see if we can prepare a step by step procedure for your purpose. Stay tuned for an update (within a weeks time).
JabraNativeHid HID commands
Is it possible to have an example of sending HID commands with the API, in Linux?
It should be an URL as https://..... but I need help to know what exactly.
Any help would be very appreciated.