Download and Install BluCop
Please, check below which method fits the best in your case.
Use your mobile to download BluCop directly from our WEB site
If you have a smartphone with WiFi connectivity or you do not mind a bit of Internet connection through your GSM provider (Warning: GSM providers often charge incomprehensibly high cost for mobile Internet connection), then choose the easiest way to get BluCop:
- Use an Internet connected computer to download BluCop then transfer it to your mobile
Get the application
- Visit this WEB page (http://blucop.happstor.com/install.php)
- Press the download button to initiate the download process
- Save the downloaded BluCop.jar file to a location where you will find it.
- If you computer has a Bluetooth module then transfer the BluCop.jar file to your mobile over Bluetooth (see the popup/right click menu when BluCop.jar is selected)
- If you read e-mails on your mobile, then
- Attach the BluCop.jar file to an e-mail and send it to the mailbox that you can access from your mobile
- Download the e-mail by your mobile and save or open the attached BluCop.jar file
- Use a data cable for file transfer
- Connect your mobile to the PC via an appropriate data cable
- Use the device specific software tool (e.g. Nokia PC Suite for some older Nokia phones) to transfer BluCop.jar to your mobile
In this case you may also need the BluCop.jad file that you can download from here:
- Get BluCop over Bluetooth
- If you have received BluCop as a Bluetooth message, then open the message and the application gets installed.
- If you have received BluCop as a file then your mobile has already stored it somewhere in the file system of your device (e.g. downloads, others, ...)
Install BluCop on your mobile
Once you managed to transfer BluCop.jar to your mobile you need to open it to get it started or installed. If you do not know the location of the transferred BluCop.jar file then the File Manager or Gallery can be a good starting point for file seeking. Some mobiles does install the application when you open the BluCop.jar file, others simply start it without any installation process. During installation you may get a warning about that the origin of the installed software is not reliable. Just ignore this notification and let your device continue the installation process. The reason of this message is the missing digital signature of the application. We were thinking about to get our applications signed by JavaVerified but the process and its costs are not proportional with the benefit, additionally such signatures cause unexpected restrictions in some cases.
Unfortunately there are some phones, which does not enable to start or install applications received over Bluetooth or via other file transfer methods. In such case you will need a data cable and a phone specific utility (e.g. Nokia PC Suite for some older Nokia phones) to accomplish the installation process.