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iPhone/iPod compatibility getting closer

BT747 finally made a first working run on a jailbroken iPod.  BT747 was used to make a conversion of a '.bin' log file to 'KML' and 'KMZ' using its Command Line Interface (CLI).

Hopefully the author of roqyBluetooth will respond so that the Bluetooth communication can be added.  With that the CLI should be able to get logs from our preferred loggers.

Then a GUI implementation on the iPhone/iPod is amongst the possibilities, but that would be up to an iPod/iPhone owner to do so.

Anyway, good news to get an actual java application like BT747 doing some real work on the iPhone with not too much effort into getting that working!

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