LIRC Remote - This project aims to allow users to control various programs on their PC using their cellphone via Bluetooth using customizable J2ME application. The goal is to support as many cell phones as possible without bonding with specific model or manufacturer. The project consists of 2 components:
- btlirc daemon emulates LIRC protocol allowing any LIRC-enabled applications (MPlayer, XMMS, etc.) to be remote controlled. If the application doesn't have LIRC-capabilities, you can use irexec or irxevent to send DCOP messages to KDE applications (Amarok, digiKam, etc.) or even simulating real keyboard key press or release
- LIRC Remote J2ME application connects via Bluetooth to btlirc daemon and sends keypresses. It is a standard MIDP 2.0 application so it should work on any mobile phone with Java and JSR 082 support. It is tested on Nokia 6021 but should work with any Series 40 or Series 60 phone.
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Requirements:· MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
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