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Hi,
I am newbie in J2ME. I have to try BT connection between 2 devices.
Is there any option how prove this in any emulators composed in Netbeans 6 or Eclipse 3 ?
Thanks
 
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Actually, probably the easiest way to test Bluetooth code is to get 2 PCs and outfit each with a Bluetooth transceiver. USB ones are quite inexpensive.

It's best to isolate the Bluetooth code from the rest of your app. since a desktop wouldn't normally be running J2ME. But then it's always easier to test if you can unit-test the subsystems individually, so isolation of the Bluetooth code is a good idea anyway.
 
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it waork completly fine with netbeans 6 and wtk 2.5(defaultcolorphone) emulator..........
 
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