Modern day cell phones are capable multimedia platforms but lack a readily available, convenient, and low-cost method of acquiring personal media content. The BlueJoy project aims to resolve this problem by providing an open source Java application that uses Bluetooth technology to transfer files between a cell phone and a computer.
The BlueJoy project is based on the BlueCove Java library, runs on desktop/laptop PC computers, and is capable of interacting with Bluetooth-enabled cell phones.
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