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In Objective-C, I can use 16-bit UUIDs with the following syntax:
I cannot see a way to pass these 16-bit UUIDs to CBCentralManager.ScanForPeripherals(), since it accepts Guid, nor can I convert from a 16-bit CBUUID to Guid.
Perhaps an overload could be added to accept CBUUID?
It looks like we overgeneralized the case.
> nor can I convert from a 16-bit CBUUID to Guid.
A quick workaround is to "promote" the short UUID to a full, 128 bits, UUID.
e.g. "1803" would become "00001803-0000-1000-8000-00805F9B34FB"
Fixed for the upcoming MonoTouch 5.3.next
WE introduced new overloads in the CoreBluetooth classes that take the CBUUID in addition to GUIDs.