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Hi all,
I am in the process of building a bluetooth application which can effectively transfer files to PC. I was able to discover bluetooth devices; however totally unclear on how to connect and transfer files. Standard android tutorial proposes a client-server communication. You can see, in J2ME, a local device can connect another remote device using UUID and btspp. Is there any similar way to establish connection?
I would appreciate inputs on different ways to establish bluetooth connection in android.

Thanks in advance!

 
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