After pairing the devices (Nokia N95 and Sony Ericsson W960i) with
the laptop, you can send the JAR file for installation. From Windows File
Explorer, go to the location of the suite binaries and drag the JAR to the
appropriate file transfer service in My Bluetooth Places (see Figure 3.2).
Alternatively, from Windows File Explorer, go to the location of the
suite binaries, right click on the JAR file, and select Send to, Bluetooth. A
submenu shows the paired devices and you can choose the correct device.
Figure 3.2 Installing a JAR through My Bluetooth Places on a Windows PC
When you send the JAR to the Nokia N95, it is stored in the Messaging
Inbox (Figure 3.3a). When you send the JAR to the Sony Ericsson W960i,
you are immediately presented with it (Figure 3.3b).
(a) (b) (c)
Figure 3.3 Java ME Detectors beamed to a) Nokia N95, b) Nokia 5800 XpressMusic and
c) Sony Ericsson W960i
As you can see, how the device handles the suite is specific to that
device. For example, the MIDlet may go into the Messaging Inbox or