Put the JSR-82 stub files you have into the class path and compile. You should be able to run it then on your Nokia mobile phone. But please remember - currently only these two Nokia mobile phones Nokia 6600 and Nokia 6230 support JSR-82 and do not include these stubs into the JAR. There are not muc more which do at the moment (Siemens SX1, Sony Ericsson P900 both with latest firmware) but there are coming a lot more this year.
You do not need any Bluetooth implementation within these stubs. But then you have to do all your testing on a real device. If you want to test your Bluetooth application, I recommend either the WTK 2.2 or a J2ME emulator from Nokia. Personally I work with the Nokia 6230/6600/9500 Concept SDKs
under Linux and EclipseME successfully.
The Windows version from Nokia allow even more features.
In my small experince EclipseME is great for the start but it makes not very good real MIDP apps in the output. In my case I had to enable Java 1.1 compatible class generation, manually redoing the preverifying and package the JAR correctly. Even the outputed MANIFEST.MF is wrong according to MIDP 1.0 specification. Anyway I use it. :roll:
[ July 10, 2004: Message edited by: Alexander Traud ]