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Hi All

I have a bluetooth phone application and a PC server appliction where i'm sending a picture taken from the phone to the server via bluetooth, i'm sending the image as an byte[] using dataoutput stream n receiving in an input stream, this method only excutes for small images like less than 40kb, and gets stuck for larger sizes, i'm really in need of sending images more like in the range of 600kb,someone please help me with this issue.

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I am closing this thread but leaving this one open since it's in the correct forum.

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Thanks a bunch.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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