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Bluetooth Handwritepad FAQ

What is BtHandwritePad?
BtHandwritePad uses your mobile phone to be a handwrite recognition pad for your Window and/or Linux PC. You can input Chinese characters (and/or other characters, such as Japanese, depends on your mobile phone) on PC through BtHandwritePad, without the need of a external dedicated hardware. A PC software is run on WindowsTM and/or Linux  (Ubuntu 12.04, Fedora 17) operation system, and an APP is run on your AndroidTM mobile phone.
 
Where can I download BtHandwritePad software?
BtHandwritePad software is avaiable at http://bthandwritepad.blogspot.com#Download
 
Where can I download BtHandwritePad document?
BtHandwritePad documents are avaiable at http://bthandwritepad.blogspot.com#Document
 
What are requirements of BtHandwritePad software?
BtHandwritePad requirements are shown on http://bthandwritepad.blogspot.com/#SystemRequirements
 
What are the difference between BtHandwritePadPro and BtHandwritePadFree?
Difference between BtHandwritePadPro and BtHandwritePadFree is shown on http://bthandwritepad.blogspot.com/#Comparison
 
Which devices are tested?
 
May I install .Net Framework separately? Where can I download .Net Framework 4.0?
Yes, you can.
.Net Framework 4.0 Full version (Standalone Installer) is availabe on http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=17718
.Net Framework 4.0 Client Profile (Standalone Installer) is availabe on http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=24872
 
Where can I download Java SE Runtime Environment 6?
You can download Java SE Runtime Environment (32-bit) version 6 here:
 
PC Server (Java) program does not work on Fedora 17 (Linux)?
Make sure installed packages are updated and the following packages are installed
  sudo yum -y update
  sudo yum upgrade
  sudo yum -y install dbus-java
  sudo yum -y install libmatthew-java
 
PC Server (Java) program always shows "Bluetooth NOT available" on Ubuntu 12.04 (Linux)?
Make sure to install the bluetooth lib, by the following command
   sudo apt-get update
   sudo apt-get upgrade
   sudo apt-get install libbluetooth-dev
   sudo apt-get install libdbus-java
Make sure to turn on bluetooth devices
Refer to Ubuntu doc for more information on bluetooth setup.
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