Hiisi Suite v1.6.3
Hiisi Suite, HTTP proxy server suite for mobile phone and PC, enables MIDP capable mobile phone to connect to LAN via bluetooth (RFCOMM) connection. With these proxies, you can connect mobile phone inside the area where bluetooth radio wave of PC can reach to the internet without paying money for mobile operators. Hiisi Suite supports only HTTP protocol (GET and POST methods).
Hiisi Proxy is a midlet for mobile that routes all the http traffic to Pihatonttu Proxy running on the PC. Before installing and running the applications, you have to configure them, according to your devices settings.
Tested and working in 6630, N73 and E61. It should work in any MIDP 2.0 mobile.
Up to date
Tried on my N95 and works ok
. E51 works ok.
STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL
Note: Do not skip this! Read carefully !!!
You may need JAVA JRE (java runtime environment)
. Most PCs, may already have the java jre installed, you can check your version by open a command prompt (Start / run / cmd - enter) then in black window, type "java -version" (without quotes) and press enter. Version will be displayed if installed. If not CLICK HERE
to get it.
OK, here we go then.
█ Step 1
First create a new acces point:
Go to - Tools > Settings > Connection > Access points > Options > Create new access point
Name the access point anything you wish. In my case I called it Bt, but you name it as you want since the connection name doesn't matter, unlike GnuBox.
Connection Name > Bt (Or anything else you want. Be careful, Connection Name and Acces Point Name are different things)
Leave everything on default then go to Options > Advanced settings
On the proxy server address enter 127.0.0.1
as the proxy port number. Now press back two times to exit and save the new access point.
█ Step 2
Installation on the phone
On the folder that you extracted \Hiisi1.6.3\Hiisi\bin
there are Hiisi.jar
Copy both files to the root of your MMC or phone memory, doesn't matter how you get the files to your phone, via usb or bluetooth, is important that both files are in the same directory for proper installation.
Then using any file explorer (could even use nokia file manager) locate and run the hiisi.jad
file and not the JAR
, this will be in a path looking something like E:/hiisi.jad (it is important to run the jad file, and NOT the jar file, or simply won't work at all, but .jar file must also be present in same dir as the .jad file for successful installation),
so follow all on screen prompts which comes from after clicking the hiisi.jad
file, and go ahead and install it.
When prompted for the installation directory when you install the .jad file, select the directory where your .jad and .jar files are located.
If you have transfered the files on E:/, select memory card to install the .jad
If you have transfered them on C:/ select phone memory to install the .jad
█ Step 2
Configuring the server on PC
First we need to know the COM port used by your bluetooth.
In my case is COM11 under BlueSoleil 2.1.3 Release. In the main panel of BlueSoleil go to My Services > Properties > Serial Port A.
For default XP SP2 and Vista drivers here is a screenshot that may help to find the COM Port.
You can go to Control Panel > Bluetooth Devices > COM Ports
Now we need to edit the COM Port in the Pihatonttu.cmd
Open Notepad and drag and drop Pihatonttu.cmd
inside the Notepad.
You should see this:
start javaw -Djava.library.path=. -cp .\lib\comm.jar;.\lib\jdic.jar;.\class Pihatonttu.PihatonttuMain COM7 null
In the COM7
, change the number 7
to your COM Port used by bluetooth. In my case is COM11 so it should be like this:
start javaw -Djava.library.path=. -cp .\lib\comm.jar;.\lib\jdic.jar;.\class Pihatonttu.PihatonttuMain COM11 null
If you want to use 3rd party proxy server just replace null
with 220.127.116.11:3128 (note that this proxy is only for example, you're not supposed to use this)
or any other proxy you want.
start javaw -Djava.library.path=. -cp .\lib\comm.jar;.\lib\jdic.jar;.\class Pihatonttu.PihatonttuMain COM11 18.104.22.168:3128
Note: You can do the same with the Pihatonttu_localhost.cmd file but in my case it worked with Pihatonttu.cmd.
to save it and close Notepad. Now double click the Pihatonttu.cmd
and the Pihatonttu Proxy window will appear.
Note: If you get error like "COM Port is in use" when you launch the app, close it and launch again.
█ Step 3
Now launch the Hiisi Proxy on your Phone. It will ask you "Allow application Hiisi bla bla bla...?
" Press Yes
Select and press Bluetooth Mode
then it will say "Inquiring bluetooth devices..."
Now choose your PC bluetooth name then it will search for bluetooth serial port.
On the next screen you will see the btspp://
..... Selection.This is the RFCOMM
service and you need to select this one. (select the first and not the second)
Normally you can go ahead on browsing the web now but to be sure let's go to Options > Settings
. Bluetooth mode
must be selected.
Bluetooth Connection > Check now
must be checked.
> Select Mozilla/5.0(Symbian OS S60 Browser/Safari)
then press OK
(If you have problem connecting and get an error 500 select the SoftBank as user agent and it will work ok)
After pressing OK, Checking Bluetooth Connection
screen will appear and you have to allow the application to use connectivity applications.
If you see the screen as below, you're on the right way.
█ Final step
Now without exiting the Hiisi Proxy, unlike GnuBox, open the browser on the phone and try to open any web page.
When prompted which access point to use, select your new dummy access point. In my case I called it Bt
so I have to select that.
This is my method on how I put it to work under BlueSoleil Software.
Thanks to marty3 from another forum for his clear tutorial.
BlueSoleil 2.1.3 Standard Release
Note: Inside the patch folder there is a bttl.ini file. DO NOT use it. Just forgot to remove it.