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how to program bluetooth device with java in linux/ windows

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I have widcomm's bluetooth usb dongle. i want to make some application using java bluetooth stack for this device. the second device that i have is Nokia N-Gage mobile phone.

I had tried to configure my device in linux with bluez but remain unable to as some of the configuration files were not there. I am working on kernel 2.6.4.

i had Jbluez java protocol stack but that requires working bluez device.

does any one know is there any free implementation of JSR82 for java bluetooth stack.

please help. all i expect at starting is to get the neighboring device listed.

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