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Topic # 18554 14-Jan-2008 17:43 Send private message

Which doesn't require bluetooth?? I've only got WLAN at the moment anyone think I could make my phone a webcam through wireless internet??  Cheeers.

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  Reply # 105880 20-Jan-2008 23:11 Send private message

Not 100% sure but I think that Mobiola Webcam can do this.




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