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hi.. i have a few question to ask about bluetooth tech, and JAVA

Currently im developing a java application running on PC (J2SE)
i want the application to have bluetooth function where it can send file and receive file from a mobile.. im using Blucove API for the development

my question is do i need to build midlets for my phone in order for my phone to send file to PC??

is it possible for me to develop my java application for ANY OBEX ready device that support File Transfer Profile (FTP)??

**i want to develop something similar to "Bluetooth file Transfer" program in normal Windows laptop. Where any Bluetooth device can send and receive file..

thanks in advance..

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This is what he's using.

If you need midlet on the mobile? I don't know.
When you are using standards and you are sticking to those standards it's fine without.
When you are doing it "your way" you will probably have to enable the mobile to talk to you.
The projects website shows some good examples - stick to them and don't make it to special.
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ballerforeal 3-May-12 5:23am    
thanks for replying..
just to clarify..
so you are saying that i don't have build a midlet if im using the bluecove API correctly?
TorstenH. 3-May-12 6:12am    
I don't know that API, but BT is a general standard which connects multiple devices. So there should be a common understanding between those devices without special midlets.
ballerforeal 3-May-12 6:25am    
ok.. thanks..

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