I have the same issue.
Have you found a solution ?
The MC2180 does not support the RS507 in Master Mode (SSI factory default) in any way shape or form. (Although there are items in the registry for RS507 -- go figure)
Added to this, the MS BT Stack on the MC2180 does not support the HID mode that the RS507 operates with (other platforms can/could, the MS Stack on the MC2180 cannot do this)
Attempting to put StoneStreetOnce BT stack on MC2180 will also result in failure and is also not supported.
The MC2180 with the imager is the sole Scanning option.
Yeah Only BT Serial profile is supported.
There is a way to pair the RS507 with the MC2100 series using Bluetooth SPP profile (which can be configured via a config barcode on the 507). This works as follows:
a) Select SPP mode on the RS507 via the config barcode in the PRG
b) Pair the RS507 to the MC2100 using the Bluetooth control panel applet. After pairing , double click on the device name and select Trusted and then Active
c) Run the attached BTVirtualCOM.exe utility , select the RS507 and configure a comm port e.g. COM4
d) Run the attached RS507spp.exe demo and select the configured comm port from the menu dropdown list. Select open port and scan a barcode on the 507 - barcode data should appear on screen. If the 507 goes out of range and stops working, press the reconnect button to re-establish the comm link.
This method should work with any application which opens the assigned comm port to listen for incoming data. Unfortunately Datawedge serial port Input is limited to predefined ports only ( COM6 in the case of the MC2100 series) so there is no obvious way to allow Datawedge to accept incoming scanner data from other comm ports such as COM4 or COM5.