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 Using Java to Control a Bluetooth Device

The Bluetooth protocol stack lets you use several methods, including RFCOMM and Object Exchange (OBEX), to send and receive files between devices. In this article, you become familiar with the Java language library used to control a Bluetooth device and learn how JSR-82 API and OBEX can be used to transfer files between the client and server.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Sat Oct 15, 2005 )

  


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