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  • Can I really convert a Java project into a J2ME project?

    I just learned that I can convert a java project to a J2ME project, but there must be some limitations. What are the things I need to keep in mind before developing a Java application, so that later I can convert that project to a midlet project?

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  • How to develop j2me applications with cdc 1.1?

    I am creating a j2me project and while creating the project in the new midlet project window i can only find cldc 1.0 and cldc 1.1 configuration...why cdc is not showing up there? i want to cdc so that i can integrate javaDB with my project...how to get it?

    hussain22juzer500 pointsBadges:
  • Are there any Pl/Sql like features in j2me?

    I want to deveplope a mobile game in which i want to use database and all its features which is possible in pc through oracle and sql...is there any way to use them in j2me? Is rms an answer? Can i use java db.?

    hussain22juzer500 pointsBadges:
  • Digital signature concepts in Java

    how can we perform digital signature concepts in j2me?

    VeeraR10 pointsBadges:
  • J2ME mobile application development

    Can some other Programing language be used For Development of Mobile Application ?

    Kellyburby110 pointsBadges:
  • Can SMS data die down

    i am devp sms encryption using j2me . can i make the sms data die down by itself after say 30 days.

    Ashwini7710 pointsBadges:
  • j2me merits / demerits

    I AM DEVELOPING AN APPLICATION FOR SMS ENCRYPTION USING J2ME.TELL ME THE MERITS DEMERITS OF USING THE SAME AS AGAINST SYMBIAN/WINDOWS ETC .THANK YOU

    Ashwini7710 pointsBadges:
  • Continuous Bluetooth Inquiry J2ME

    I'm trying to develop a midlet that will continuously inquiry for nearby devices. I want to test if it's possible to inquiry a device while he is inquiring too. I have done this continuous inquiry by doing an initial startInquiry and then calling the startInquiry again inside the inquiryCompleted...

    Faustofonseca5 pointsBadges:
  • Can the J2SE FileChannel class be translated to J2ME?

    I have a J2SE 1.4 application I'd like to port to J2ME but it uses nio FileChannel. Is there a method that will translate the FileChannel calls approximately to the J2ME API? Thanks in advance! Jerry McCobb

    Mccobbg5 pointsBadges:
  • Wants to know the latest technologies in the mobile application development area ?

    As i found in the last few years many mobile application development technologies are there in software market and what make J2ME different from them and what is the features for each technology

    Kellyburby110 pointsBadges:
  • J2ME Search Engine

    Is it possible to create a search engine with j2me?If so,can i have links to the available source codes

    taiwocoker5 pointsBadges:
  • Vehicle tracking software with J2ME

    can i code vehicle Tracking software using J2ME

    999559534735 pointsBadges:
  • How to prevent memory hacking in game’s score?

    Hi, I'm building a java mobile game and i need to prevent people from hacking the score via the memory. I thought of maybe like this, -Instead of using numbers in the score's main variable, we use Alphabets like 1=AG, 2=RE -So the canvas or display just reads the score's alphabets and translate it...

    Melwong5 pointsBadges:
  • xml String

    im developing a J2ME mobile application when a enter login details to be fetched from the database on the interface it says String index out of range why?Please help!

    Development8875 pointsBadges:
  • Use Mobile as WebCam

    Anyone know how to write a J2ME application to use Mobile as Webcam http://www.itgalary.com

    Itgalary5 pointsBadges:
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