Bloove is an online phone management service. It allows you to edit address book contacts and speed dial settings, initiate calls, work with messages and logs - all from your favorite browser. It is like PC Suite for the web.
Bloove communicates with a mobile phone via wireless data connection: GPRS, EDGE, WCDMA, Wi-Fi etc. So, no cable, infrared or Bluetooth hardware is needed. You will need to install Bloove Agent application on your phone, no installs are required on the desktop. You may manage your phone everywhere you have just a browser, without cumbersome desktop application.
The free version is currently available. With the free version you can't connect more then one mobile phone to you account, Contact Archive is limited to 15 items and Message Archive is lmited to 100 items. All other features are unrestricted: you may manage an unlimited number of contacts and messages on the phone, and there is no time limit - basic functions will be free forever. We plan to introduce premium options with more number of mobile phones and archive items allowed.
Fill out simple form here, install Bloove Agent and provide secure ID displayed by Agent.
Open http://bloove.com/m on your mobile. It will determine a compatible version for your phone automatically.
For Symbian phones you will need to agree with all warnings and just run the agent. For J2ME you will need to grant access to network and your contacts for the Agent to work properly prior to running application. Access settings are specific to phone vendor.
On Nokia phones open Application, choose Bloove Agent, choose Options/Application Access and set Communication/Network Access to Always allowed. Repeat Always allowed setting for Data access/Read user data and Data access/Add and edit data.
On Sony-Ericsson phones open Organizer/File manager/Applications, choose Bloove Agent, choose More/Permissions and set Internet access to Never ask. Repeat Never ask setting for Read user data and Write user data. If your phone allows you to do so, set Never ask to Messaging as well
If you have a large contact list, not all contacts are needed all the time. You may move rarely used contacts to the Archive and free space on the phone. Once you will need these contacts you may move them back.
Bloove keeps all messages in your Inbox, Sent and other folders. If you delete message on the phone, its archived copy will be stored on the server. You can archive any messages and folders using our web interface - archived items will be deleted on the phone and will be kept on the server. Use archive function to unclutter your phone and free the space. You can search your entire message list regardless if message is archived or not. You can always restore archived messages to the phone in case you need it. "Delete forever" command deletes messages both on the phone and on the server completely and can't be undone.
All logs from the phone are archived on the server without any specific command from the user. If you delete log record, it will be deleted both form the server and from the phone and it can't be undone.
Small blue balloon is displayed near contact name if there is message or calls history for it. Click on this balloon to see the history.
Server will send command to the agent, agent on the phone initiates sending the message on your behalf. Most J2ME phones require user confirmation to send SMS. Symbian phones will store the message in Sent folder, it is impossible for J2ME due to lack of API support.
Bloove Agent should be running only if your make changes to your contacts, do calls, send SMS etc. If Bloove Agent is not running, phone data will still be accessible in a browser in read-only mode.
We are using our own optimized protocol between agent and server. It consumes about 20 Kbytes per hour in idle mode. Largest data transfer will occur on first connection, it is about 10 Kbytes per 100 contacts. Subsequent operations transfer only changed data.
All agent-server and server-browser communications are encrypted using SSL.
All modern Symbian and J2ME phones from Nokia and Sony Ericsson. Message folders and messages archive are supported only for Symbian phones. Logs are supported only for Nokia S60 phones. You can find the detailed list of phones here.
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Terakhir diubah oleh sherlomes tanggal Tue Jul 22, 2008 12:32 pm, total 1 kali diubah