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mstanescu

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Hello

I was thinking to buy c600 but i dont have the luxury to make a mistake so im asking you this.

I guess with C600 i cannot access bluetooth stack from java and i need to access bluetooth using an java midlet and i was thinking if i would be able to create a .net cf application to access bluetooth stack and then comunicate over sockets or other method (if you have any ideas) with the java app.

Is this possible? Is it possible to start one application from another?

Thx
Mihai

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Hello

I was thinking to buy c600 but i dont have the luxury to make a mistake so im asking you this.

I guess with C600 i cannot access bluetooth stack from java and i need to access bluetooth using an java midlet and i was thinking if i would be able to create a .net cf application to access bluetooth stack and then comunicate over sockets or other method (if you have any ideas) with the java app.

Is this possible? Is it possible to start one application from another?

Thx
Mihai



Bluetooth is accessible to Java applications via JSR-82:
http://www.javabluet...r82devices.html

You do not need CF-NET if your device is capable of this JSR.

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you should be using .NET - its the future, and it already is;)

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you should be using .NET - its the future, and it already is;)


Sure, but it doesnt run on nokia

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