The emulator has its own Bluetooth stack down to HCI and you have to get access to the low-level protocols of the Bluetooth HW. The built-in implementations do not provide this kind of support. You need a separate Bluetooth product that you install as a COM port. Further information about setting up Bluetooth HW can be found from forum.nokia.com | Bluetooth | Documents.
The second option is to install NCF (Nokia Connectivity Framework) that support simulation of Bluetooth traffic between two emulators running on the same PC. C++ SDKs support one running instance only so you need to make a copy of an SDK to get multi-instance support.
are there any more detailed descriptiones on how to get the multi-instance support to work.
i've made an comy of Series60_v21 in the 7.0S folder, maned it Series60_v21Copy and created a new product integration, making it look (what i think) right. using virtual com3 for the bluetooth connection, and mapping to the right epoc.exe
butt it doesn't work.
everythings looks right except that no bt messages are sent