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Maybe it's silly but I'll ask anyway.

I have two android phones and a game which lets you play together with bluetooth.

Is there a software that can link 2 PC and bridge the two bluetooth connections through internet?

Something like: Device1 <-[bluetooth]-> PC1 <-[internet]-> PC2 <-[bluetooth]-> Device2.

Of course this should be transparent for the devices.

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Did you forget the link? – キキジキ Jun 27 '13 at 12:10
Here is that link… it seems you have not researched internet sharing over a Bluetooth connection. – Ramhound Jun 27 '13 at 12:23
You didn't understand my question, I don't want to share an internet connection by bluetooth. I want to commect two devices that can only communicate through bluetooth even if they are very distant by using 2 PC connected to internet to cover the gap. – キキジキ Jun 27 '13 at 12:30
I don't care about the devices connecting to the internet. I have an android phone, and my friend has an android phone but is in another country. Now, the game supports multiplayer through bluetooth but obviously we can't connect that way. So, what I hoped to do is connect my phone to my pc with bluetooth, have my friend connect his phone to his pc through bluetooth, and have the 2 PC communicate through the internet, letting the phones believe they are connected instead to the other device. I can't say it clearer than this. – キキジキ Jun 27 '13 at 13:58
If they devices are unable to connect to the same network what you want is not possible. – Ramhound Jun 27 '13 at 15:03

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