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File Name :: Smurf - Bluetooth Logger

Author :: gillsr

Category :: Tools - Fun

Description ::

Smurf is a Bluetooth Logging program for MS Smartphone, it scans at a set interval and retrieves a list of all the bluetooth devices your device can see. It can also automatically BlueJack devices based on simple rules. It has been created because I wanted to see how many bluetooth devices there are out there and if any of them had interesting names, with the intention of sending a message to those with interesting names. Great for pubs, trains and other enclosed spaces. Why smurf? well, they are blue...

Current features

Automatically detecting Bluetooth devices in your vicinity

Logging who it has seen

alerting to devices found by sound and/or vibrate

Identify the manufacturer that owns the Bluetooth MAC (from list of 10,000!)

BlueJack devices automatically

for more info and latest versions check: gatefold.co.uk/smurf

Updated Mon, Aug 22 2005 8:11 am

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Awesome program, will try this out tomorrow when I go out ;)

Just tried it on my SPV C550 and it doesn't display properly :cry:

Could QVGA resolution be added to the program :)

Thanks

Edited by Radeon12345

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HI im new to these forums and i currently own the c500 and tried this smurt program out and cum across difficulties.

it crashes ever time it tries to retrive the names. and when i go to bluejack it crashes on that 2.

it either clashes with smart explorer or bluetooth.

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Works like a charm on a C500 with 2k3, way much better than current availlable solution, simple and working as advertised... free is beautyfull.

keep up the good work !

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Yeah , works great on my C500 too . As soon as the phone is switched on Smurf will automatically start up. Just remove the icon from the start up menu if you dont want this to happen .

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Do I need to turn on Bluetooth manually or will the program turn it on/off each time as required ?

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