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General Notes


  • Some devices are not available for testing, despite this, we recommend the use of Scanner Type 111
  • Use the Filter parameter as much as you can. It will be easier to establish the connection between devices.



  • Only works with ScannerType 4 and 111
  • On pairing perform, sometimes, it is connected and disconnected once, but then connects automatically again.
  • Vysor app installed at the device may cause the scanner to lose connection



  1. Perform Clean boot.
  2. Scan SPP Bluetooth Classic (Non-Discoverable) barcode*
  3. Perform a Cold boot by removing and re-installing the battery onto the RS6000.

* Use SPP discoverable barcode, when the RS6000 is configured as SPP Slave or NFC.


Scanner Type 111:

  • The use of ScannerType: 111 for Zebra devices requires the BT Pairing service at Android Accessibility menu option to be activated. In addition, it is convenient to use UnpairAll: false, to avoid having to scan multiple times to connect the scanner. UnPairAll: true could be more problemathic when you stablish the connection between the device and the scanner.
  • Using the ScannerType 111, config the following parameters in the _tnx_application.jcf file:
    "Bluetooth": {
      "OnAtStart": true,
      "OffAtExit": false,
      "KeepPairingOnExit": true,
      "KeepPairingOnStartup": true
  • Before using the scanner, please, scan the Non-Discoverable and the Non-AutoReconnect barcodes: