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Jan Schneider
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want to connect 2 phones via bluetooth. i want to realize that with j2me.
does anyone know, where i can get a tutorial or some source-code for something like that ( like game for 2 phone etc.) thank, jan
 
James Reilly
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This might be of some interest "Games Over Bluetooth: Recommendations to Game Developers" (from www.forum.nokia.com/games)
 
Lasse Koskela
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I would turn to vendor portals (such as forum.nokia.com) for tutorials. If you're looking for a book about Bluetooth programming for J2ME, I think you should take a look at Bluetooth Application Programming with the Java APIs.
 
Jan Schneider
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Thanks for your ansers.
I know the recommended books & sites. I think that I have to use
JSR 82 Bluetooth API.
There are some comanies like atinav who have done sdk's for this new standard. Is there an open source project?
Does anybody know, where I can get a free or share SDK for the new Bluetooth/Java-API?
Which handies support JSR 82?
Are there Handies, which support JSR82 and MIDlet 1.0 or have I to use MIDlet 2.0?
 
Ben Hui
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try this site...
http://www.benhui.net/bluetooth
includes code sample, links, tools etc
ben
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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