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People often ask how to interface with Bluetooth from J2ME.
Here's a simple tutorial link that I think is worth a look. It makes use of JSR-185 for accessing a Bluetooth GPS receiver. It does not use the Location API though, it (only ) accesses the Bluetooth device directly, then parses the NMEA data coming from it.

http://www.hcilab.org/documents/tutorials/BT_GPS/BT_GPS.htm
 
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