Comment on Tutorial - How to Send SMS using Java Program (full code sample included) By Emiley J.



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Comment Added at : 2013-02-06 05:05:04

Comment on Tutorial : How to Send SMS using Java Program (full code sample included) By Emiley J.
i have connected my phone through bluetooth using COM5 port. can someone please tell me where exactly do i have to make the necessary changes in the code to execute this??
thanks.


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