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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Connect to internet through bluetooth

    Hey everyone,
    I was wondering if somebody can help me out on this. Now, I have a mobile application, programmed using J2ME. Is it feasible that I develop a code for a function that looks for bluetooth devices (actually laptops or PCs) that have a DSL connection, establish a bluetooth connection between the mobile application and the PC and then connect to the internet through the dsl connection, i.e. instead of connecting directly to the internet using GPRS and paying GPRS costs we connect to the PC using bluetooth and make use of the DSL connection. My question is is it "technically feasible" that we connect through bluetooth that is free and then from there we connect to the internet through the PC's dsl connection?
    If that is not feasible, why is it not, and where can i find scientific evidence of such feature infeasibility?

    Regards.

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    Re: Connect to internet through bluetooth

    It is possible. Gnubox does something similar.

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