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how to convert a serverSocket into httpServer?

hi, i have a server socket on pc and client on android, i want to convert the serverSocket to httpServer (and the client too) without changing any of the functionality. What is the quickest way to do it? (i read that in http i need to implement some functions, like GET,POST,… is there a way to avoid it? because the server is for a specific purpose). thanks

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