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  1. #1
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    Folder share using bluebooth

    Hello,
    Not sure I am right to write here or not.
    I saw an application that using bluetooth to search nearby devices and if there is a device is using the same application, the corresponding folder will be downloaded to my mobile.

    I just wonder what technology can implement this? Can Python work this?

    Thanks

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    Re: Folder share using bluebooth

    If both the phone have same app than it is possible to transfer data. I had not design that kind of app but i guess it is possible with python

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    Re: Folder share using bluebooth

    Quote Originally Posted by alex@gorex.com.hk View Post
    Hello,
    Not sure I am right to write here or not.
    I saw an application that using bluetooth to search nearby devices and if there is a device is using the same application, the corresponding folder will be downloaded to my mobile.

    I just wonder what technology can implement this? Can Python work this?

    Thanks
    You can create a client and server framework for this using PyS60.

    BR,
    Croozeus
    Pankaj Nathani
    www.croozeus.com

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    Re: Folder share using bluebooth

    Hi Thanks for your reply.
    So what you mean is when my mobile phone search a client, my phone acts as a server? how to define the role of server and client?

    I am quite interested about this.
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by croozeus View Post
    You can create a client and server framework for this using PyS60.

    BR,
    Croozeus

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    Re: Folder share using bluebooth

    hello

    just a hint you can one phone as a server with some files on it and the other as a client which can access the files from the server its like the mobile web server .
    In python to implement this you can look at this article.

    Hope it helps you
    Enjoy Pythoning
    Gaba88

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    Re: Folder share using bluebooth

    Quote Originally Posted by alex@gorex.com.hk View Post
    Hi Thanks for your reply.
    So what you mean is when my mobile phone search a client, my phone acts as a server? how to define the role of server and client?

    I am quite interested about this.
    Thanks
    Use the bluetooth adress for identification. Write to me email through my screen name, I can help you more on this

    BR,
    Croozeus
    Pankaj Nathani
    www.croozeus.com

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    Re: Folder share using bluebooth

    HI,
    Thanks for your help and the email already sent.


    Quote Originally Posted by croozeus View Post
    Use the bluetooth adress for identification. Write to me email through my screen name, I can help you more on this

    BR,
    Croozeus

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