SMOB - For details see: http://simonepernice.freehostia.com/J2ME/SMOB/smob.html Thanks to Markus Jogmin for device discovery fix. SMOB (stands for Simone Messenger Over Bluetooth) is a simple messenger over Bluetooth. SMOB is written by Simone Pernice, email@example.com I tested it on Motorola E1070 but it should work on every J2ME (JSR82 compliant) phone. SMOB is under GNU GPL licence. Starting the program a list of the close people running SMOB at the time is showed. Use BEEPS ON/OFF to turn on/off the beeps for incoming messages. Use FIND to update that list. Select the contact you want to talk to then send a message with SEND, close the comunication with END. If you like this program send a postcard or a donation to Simone Pernice, via Alagna 11, 10155 Torino, Italy. Enjoy!!!
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