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I have a query on the data exchange mechanism in SQLA using Bluetooth as a medium instead of Internet(3G/WIFI)

Scenario : There is a Linux based device which has only Bluetooth enabled and SQLA is installed on it.The Linux device will sync data with Mobile phone which has Ultralite DB installed .Mobile Phone has all the features including Bluetooth.

I understand its possible but dont have any concrete details .Please suggest in details on the above query

asked 23 Jun '14, 00:50

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edited 23 Jun '14, 07:29

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It looks like you can set up a tcpip connection over bluetooth. Googling it, I found a few walkthroughs explaining how to do it. Once you have tcpip running over the bluetooth connection, I *assume a regular tcpip connection would work, which would allow you to sync.

*Note - I have never tried this, so I don't know if it will really work.

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answered 23 Jun '14, 18:17

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