> I've been thinking about it the whole day.
> 1- Bemused uses a 'virtual COM port' over bluetooth to handle the
> communication. (It is *really* fastar than I expected). Note: The
> AT commands solution you describe above is also based on a virtual
> serial connection. 2- I think creating a Bluetooth PAN connection
> should be a better way to handle things, the communication could
> then be made directly to the mythtv tcp interface. 3- I have a
> nokia N-Gage which has bluetooth but MIDP1.0 and no JSR-182, while
> i'm at home I can browse the internet without cost using the PC as
> a "gateway". Whenever a MIDlet wants to acces the web, it's the
> phone operating system which decides to use the existing blutooth
> link or start a GPRS session. I works nice....after I walk away
> from home I locks up for some minutes before realizing the
> Bluetooth is over and again starts GPRS.
> Well, I'm looking forward to develop that kind of (GPRS/BT why not
> WI-FI) solution. What should be decided next is if the application
> should send keystrokes to "middleware" server or directly to
A small app for the Nokia 770 would be nice... If there was a way to
control myth like the Sonos uses it would be cool (e.g. named devices,
centrally registered so a device can pickup & control them over the net).
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