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    Lightbulb designing a tic tac toe game on Symbian os using Bluetooth connectivity

    Can Any one guide me in helping to
    design a tic tac toe game played between
    ttwo players & they r connected using
    bluetooth
    plz provide me with codes & documents
    or white papers

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    Re: designing a tic tac toe game on Symbian os using Bluetooth connectivity

    have u finally found how to made game tic tac toe on symbian phone (using j2me and jsr82?) with bluetooth conectivity so it can played by 2 phone?

    could you help me? because i have to make that game too..

    thx

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    Re: designing a tic tac toe game on Symbian os using Bluetooth connectivity

    Yes I was successful in doing that but I made it in Symbian and in case of bluetooth use RFComm service to transfer data between mobile phones

    you can refer to the bluetooth example availble in www.forum.nokia.com

    and for Ui part u can search for Step by Step in www.NewLC.com for reference

    As far as J2ME is concerned never implemented on that
    With Regards

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    Re: designing a tic tac toe game on Symbian os using Bluetooth connectivity

    man we are also making the game to be played over a bluetooth connection...but i am stuck as to how to make a game that can be played among 4 players...and also how can i use hopping to increase the range of the bluetooth..

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    Smile Re: designing a tic tac toe game on Symbian os using Bluetooth connectivity

    Hi!

    I designed and implemented a tic-tac-toe game using bluetooth technology, in python, you can see the source code and details here:

    http://www.series60.com.ar/blog/inde...layer-pybtttt/
    (Spanish page, but the source code is commented in English)

    Carlos.

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