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moBlue lets you to save incoming bluetooth beams to a user designated folder.
moBlue for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Submited: 05.19.2006
Version: 0.11

Available in: Wireless Apps / Communications for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Requirements: At least Windows Mobile 2003 SE, Compact Framework 1.1 and 300 kb of free space.
Developer: hejhej.org
Price: $5.75

About moBlue

moBlue from hejhej.org allows the user of a Windows Mobile enabled device to save incoming bluetooth file requests to a user designated folder.
moBlue adds this function to your phone, which is standard suppordet by WM5.

Installation instructions:

1. Install the app by running the .cab from a file manager on the Smartphone

2. Uncheck the box "Receive incoming beams" under Settings > Conections

3. moBlue will now control all your incoming requests instead.

moBlue does also support language skinnig, meaning that it's easy to change the language of the application. In the cab are two language files included, English(default) and Swedish, which are in two files installed in the moBlue folder. To change current language simply rename the new language file to "moBlue.lang.txt" and place it in the moBlue folder.

moBlue - supported devices

  • Windows Mobile Smartphone
  • Smartphone 2003 SE QVGA
  • Motorola MPx200
  • Smartphone 2005
  • Motorola mpx220
  • Smartphone 2005 QVGA
  • Smartphone 2003 SE

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