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Need a help in j2me-send file to a bluetooth address(mobile to mobile)

 
siyamudheen pa
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Dear All;


I am new in J2ME programing...

I have an application, in which i want to send a copy of my application (application.jar) to other bluetooth enabled mobiles.

I have code for searching and listing other bluetooth mobiles.

i want to send file to this bluetooth address..i have the address..

Please help me if anybody can..
It is so urgent..
 
Tim Holloway
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"siyam .comma",

Welcome to the JavaRanch. Your display name is malformed. You need to fix it. You won't get many answers until you do.

If you're not sure about the display name requirements, see http://www.javaranch.com/name.jsp .
 
siyamudheen pa
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Ok I fixed it..Now its my name and initial.
Can any body solve my problem...?
 
Tim Holloway
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Thank you! There's a JSR specification for Bluetooth that applies to JME. It defines the APIs that you need.

The actual file transfer protocol is called OBEX, which stands for OBject EXchange. In addition to general files, it's also how mobile devices "beam" information such as contacts and appointments to each other over Infrared and Bluetooth channels.

I'm afraid I don't have any direct references handy at the moment, but Google searches for "Bluetooth JSR" and "Java OBEX file transfer" should help you find something fairly quickly.
 
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