There’s some more news from the Hack&Dev folks:

Yes, open chanpaigne! Thanx to z72ka who stfned this thread https://lists.openezx.org/pipermail/openezx-devel/2007-April/001144.html and Daniel Ribeiro who wrote that app, we now have bluetooth working (at least it works on LD, Z72 and TX for now)! Use script below to init bluetooth (kill it and rerun again if it hangs)…

The Linux ports for LifeDrive (tested), TX (tested), Z72 (tested) and T5 (UNTESTED YET) now support Bluetooth via a script published at Hack&Dev – get the full scoop here:

http://hackndev.com/node/703

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One Response to “Bluetooth under Linux for Palm devices”

  1. Can’t get onto hackndev at school it seems…

    Will this allow connections to the net through a phone?

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