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  1. #1
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    Bluetooth & Java

    Is there a way to develop an application using Bluetooth and Java on the 7650 phone? I've looked at the docs and I haven't found anything about it. Is there an API for it?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Not yet as I see

    Hi,

    I read the java faq on forum nokia and it says that buetooth is not supported currently in Nokia's Java/MIDP environment.

    I think they should speed up with this development. We would need that functionality too.

    Andras

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    That's not actually a reply but it's a question i have on a similar topic.
    Is it possible to send SMS and/or MMS from a J2ME application running on a Nokia MMS enabled handset like the 7650 for example......
    Thanks in advance

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    I finally can access this board

    thanks god, I finally can access this board, test this, but the speed is so slow

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    Bluetooth with Java

    Yes, I'm looking forward to programming Bluetooth on Java!

    The API's are already available (check out Sun's website). It's just a matter for Nokia to implement it on their phones.

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    Hi,

    According to

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/1,6566,015_291,00.html

    Nokia 6600 is starting to support Bluetooth API (JSR-82) in MIDP. you can try. But the phone is not avaliable in market yet.

    Best Regards,
    chai.

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    Take a look to the Series 60 MIDP Concept SDK Beta 0.3 that comes included in Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME(TM) 2.0. It supports the Bluetooth API (JSR-82).

    regards,
    srg

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