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    how to access the files present in a mobile phone using a midlet

    hi,i am doing a project on peer to peer file sharing over bluetooth.
    Since we need to share the files over the network we need to access the file manager to make them shared .i have not been able to get a clue about how to go about it.can anyone please help.

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    Re: how to access the files present in a mobile phone using a midlet

    File system access will work using the JSR-75/File Connection API, but only on those devices that have JSR-75 support from the beginning.

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    Re: how to access the files present in a mobile phone using a midlet


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    Re: how to access the files present in a mobile phone using a midlet

    the application i am developing requires me getting a copy of the contents of the file manager , something like an alias to the file manager so that updated contents are shown on the midlet everytime the midlet starts.

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