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  1. #1
    Andre Teixeira
    Guest
    I just had a pretty cool idea for a Java application on a bluetooth
    mobile handset, see what you think (and whether somebody has already
    developed something like it):

    Take a bluetooth-enabled laptop, which you are using to deliver a
    powerpoint presentation, and a bluetooth-enabled mobile with Java.
    What if you could use your mobile as a substitute for the laptop
    mouse, just basic functions like PgUp and PgDn, so you can "click"
    your own presentation?

    Is it possible at all? I believe no mobiles would come with built-in
    HID bluetooth profile, can we do it using Java?

    If anybody has any ideas, just let us know!


    Andre Teixeira
    Sao Paulo, Brazil

    Nokia 8910i
    Palmone Tungsten|T3
    Compaq Evo w/ Anycom BT dongle



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  2. #2
    Mauricio Freitas
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    Re: Use bluetooth mobile as a mouse substitute

    The Sony Ericsson K700i comes with HID profile, and built-in applications
    for mouse control, power point control and Windows media Player (or winamp)
    control (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=3366 for a review
    and a couple of pictures of these apps)

    The application you're suggesting would not need HID if a server is
    available on the PC - like Sailing Clicker.

    --
    Mauricio Freitas, Microsoft MVP Mobile Devices
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    "Andre Teixeira" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I just had a pretty cool idea for a Java application on a bluetooth
    > mobile handset, see what you think (and whether somebody has already
    > developed something like it):
    >
    > Take a bluetooth-enabled laptop, which you are using to deliver a
    > powerpoint presentation, and a bluetooth-enabled mobile with Java.
    > What if you could use your mobile as a substitute for the laptop
    > mouse, just basic functions like PgUp and PgDn, so you can "click"
    > your own presentation?
    >
    > Is it possible at all? I believe no mobiles would come with built-in
    > HID bluetooth profile, can we do it using Java?
    >
    > If anybody has any ideas, just let us know!
    >
    >
    > Andre Teixeira
    > Sao Paulo, Brazil
    >
    > Nokia 8910i
    > Palmone Tungsten|T3
    > Compaq Evo w/ Anycom BT dongle






  3. #3
    Mauricio Freitas
    Guest

    Re: Use bluetooth mobile as a mouse substitute

    The Sony Ericsson K700i comes with HID profile, and built-in applications
    for mouse control, power point control and Windows media Player (or winamp)
    control (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=3366 for a review
    and a couple of pictures of these apps)

    The application you're suggesting would not need HID if a server is
    available on the PC - like Sailing Clicker.

    --
    Mauricio Freitas, Microsoft MVP Mobile Devices
    Bluetooth guides: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=449
    Geekzone Software Store: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/store
    Our RSS feeds give you up to date information on new software as soon as
    they're available: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=3344



    "Andre Teixeira" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I just had a pretty cool idea for a Java application on a bluetooth
    > mobile handset, see what you think (and whether somebody has already
    > developed something like it):
    >
    > Take a bluetooth-enabled laptop, which you are using to deliver a
    > powerpoint presentation, and a bluetooth-enabled mobile with Java.
    > What if you could use your mobile as a substitute for the laptop
    > mouse, just basic functions like PgUp and PgDn, so you can "click"
    > your own presentation?
    >
    > Is it possible at all? I believe no mobiles would come with built-in
    > HID bluetooth profile, can we do it using Java?
    >
    > If anybody has any ideas, just let us know!
    >
    >
    > Andre Teixeira
    > Sao Paulo, Brazil
    >
    > Nokia 8910i
    > Palmone Tungsten|T3
    > Compaq Evo w/ Anycom BT dongle






  4. #4
    Web
    Guest

    Re: Use bluetooth mobile as a mouse substitute

    This already exists and it is/was free. I was a product called "pc control"
    I think...by someone named Christianson. I URL was christianson.org but
    that doesn't come up for me anymore. I maybe mis*****ing it though. It
    worked with my Ericsson T68 and Belkin bluetooth dongle.

    WEB

    "Andre Teixeira" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I just had a pretty cool idea for a Java application on a bluetooth
    > mobile handset, see what you think (and whether somebody has already
    > developed something like it):
    >
    > Take a bluetooth-enabled laptop, which you are using to deliver a
    > powerpoint presentation, and a bluetooth-enabled mobile with Java.
    > What if you could use your mobile as a substitute for the laptop
    > mouse, just basic functions like PgUp and PgDn, so you can "click"
    > your own presentation?
    >
    > Is it possible at all? I believe no mobiles would come with built-in
    > HID bluetooth profile, can we do it using Java?
    >
    > If anybody has any ideas, just let us know!
    >
    >
    > Andre Teixeira
    > Sao Paulo, Brazil
    >
    > Nokia 8910i
    > Palmone Tungsten|T3
    > Compaq Evo w/ Anycom BT dongle






  5. #5
    Carl Price
    Guest

    Re: Use bluetooth mobile as a mouse substitute

    There is also Salling Clicker for the Mac. I think it is also available
    for the PC. You can find it on Version Tracker.

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Web" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > This already exists and it is/was free. I was a product called "pc control"
    > I think...by someone named Christianson. I URL was christianson.org but
    > that doesn't come up for me anymore. I maybe mis*****ing it though. It
    > worked with my Ericsson T68 and Belkin bluetooth dongle.
    >
    > WEB
    >
    > "Andre Teixeira" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >I just had a pretty cool idea for a Java application on a bluetooth
    > > mobile handset, see what you think (and whether somebody has already
    > > developed something like it):
    > >
    > > Take a bluetooth-enabled laptop, which you are using to deliver a
    > > powerpoint presentation, and a bluetooth-enabled mobile with Java.
    > > What if you could use your mobile as a substitute for the laptop
    > > mouse, just basic functions like PgUp and PgDn, so you can "click"
    > > your own presentation?
    > >
    > > Is it possible at all? I believe no mobiles would come with built-in
    > > HID bluetooth profile, can we do it using Java?
    > >
    > > If anybody has any ideas, just let us know!
    > >
    > >
    > > Andre Teixeira
    > > Sao Paulo, Brazil
    > >
    > > Nokia 8910i
    > > Palmone Tungsten|T3
    > > Compaq Evo w/ Anycom BT dongle




  6. #6
    Tiny Tim
    Guest

    Re: Use bluetooth mobile as a mouse substitute


    "Web" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > This already exists and it is/was free. I was a product called "pc
    > control" I think...by someone named Christianson. I URL was
    > christianson.org but that doesn't come up for me anymore. I maybe
    > mis*****ing it though. It worked with my Ericsson T68 and Belkin
    > bluetooth dongle.
    >

    http://www.christersson.org/index.php?page=software





  7. #7
    Andre Teixeira
    Guest

    Re: Use bluetooth mobile as a mouse substitute

    Guys,
    Thanks for the response. I installed PC Control, but then I realized
    it only works with Sony Ericsson phones, which come with a basic
    communications program installed.
    Do you know of any place I could find/develop a Java version of this
    communications program found on Ericsson`s phones?

    Thanks,
    Andre Teixeira

    "Tiny Tim" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > "Web" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > This already exists and it is/was free. I was a product called "pc
    > > control" I think...by someone named Christianson. I URL was
    > > christianson.org but that doesn't come up for me anymore. I maybe
    > > mis*****ing it though. It worked with my Ericsson T68 and Belkin
    > > bluetooth dongle.
    > >

    > http://www.christersson.org/index.php?page=software




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