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    Re: How to know wlan secure or unsecure

    The Wiki page has the answer:
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.php/WLAN_Management_API

    Hope the page helps.
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    Re: Books for starter

    I think "Porting to the Symbian Platform - Open Mobile Development in C/C++" by Mark Wilcox is a good book, as it is relatively not too difficult for me to understand, and thing has changed since we...
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    Re: j2me application for several phones

    I believe j2mepolish is the best option currently available. To create multiple screen resolution separately without any supporting tool is time consuming. Many people is benefitted by j2mepolish and...
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    Re: Nokia 6600 problems!

    Hi, for 6600, ringing volume can be checked from Menu->Profiles->"Select One Profile" Personalise->Ringing Volume->Keep the navigation key to the right until It reaches Max.

    If the ring volume...
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    Re: How to set Netbean link to Emulator

    Hi, try install netbeans mobility pack first, download from here:
    http://www.netbeans.info/downloads/index.php?rs=22&p=4

    Then you can try to use add java platform wizard to perform a search for...
  6. Thread: Just started.

    by tony_ysy
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    Re: Just started.

    Welcome to Forum Nokia. You can try to download mpowerplayer sdk, here:
    http://mpowerplayer.com/?cat=6
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    Re: how can i use a .gif file?

    Here is a sample code to use a gif file:
    public void paint(Graphics g) {

    // first call the superclass method
    super.paint(g);

    // now draw the mic image in the foreground
    try {...
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    Re: J2ME video recording

    Here is a source code: RecordControl on the camera Player instance.
    Link: http://www.apress.com/book/downloadfile/2790

    It is available from Chapter 8.
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    Re: File Transfer using J2ME and OBEX

    Hi,
    Here is a sample code from forum nokia:
    http://sw.nokia.com/id/b37cb6fa-fa2b-429c-9d1e-3b9728a23ac8/MIDP_Bluetooth_OBEX_Example_Business_Card_Exchange_v1_0_en.zip

    I found from java ->...
  10. Re: How can i find AP address of the network my mobile is connected.

    Hi,
    There is no J2ME code to provide you to retrieve Access Point address (SSID/RSSID). Only J2SE available. Here is an external source you can refer:
    www.placelab.org
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    Re: j2me or symbian c++

    Both j2me and symbian c++ are equally good for your project. Please take your time to read through the doc from these links:
    For J2ME:...
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    Re: newbie here... need help...

    Hi,

    Carbide c++ is the software tool name given, whereas Symbian c++ is a name to indicate that it is a C++ coding specially coded for Symbian enabled devices.

    You can view view this previous...
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    Re: J2ME + Camcorder

    Hi dhanasekaran,

    Just another add in. I found another source where you can download the source code from apress website, here:
    http://www.apress.com/book/downloadfile/2790

    Start look from...
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    Re: tell me instalation sequense

    Hi,
    First of all download the S60 Platform SDKs for Symbian OS, for C++ first, available from here:...
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    Re: Help me Playing Wave File

    Hi,
    I have no idea to track the error, may be a complete code will do. Anyway I found a source that might help you in this situation. Go to apress website and download this book source code:...
  16. Re: Use this sthread to submit your feedback for the the new Developer Community

    I prefer to see the first column icons which previously icons with arrows shown indicates that post/s is replied on that thread. Now I don't see that arrows again.
  17. Thread: J2ME Vs C++

    by tony_ysy
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    Re: J2ME Vs C++

    Hi Petrib,
    Thanks for correcting my thoughts.
  18. Re: Location Based Services using GSM Help Required!!!

    Hi Zaib, welcome to Forum Nokia.
    Python can be a good choice. And there is an alternative, it's for j2me. Visit www.placelab.org and download the source code (GPL Licence). A Nokia 6600 will do....
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    Re: Problem installation S603RD and S603RD FP1

    Hi, welcome back to Forum Nokia.
    I suspect that your machine (AMD processor) is not supporting the SDK. Here is a case:
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=95866

    Don't give...
  20. Thread: J2ME Vs C++

    by tony_ysy
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    Re: J2ME Vs C++

    Hi,
    If you are comparing in terms of cost, j2me cost less because all APIs, IDEs (Eclipse and netbeans) are freely available. Java is also a very fast and vastly developed platform by developers....
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    Re: Backlight on Nokia 6600

    Here is a sample j2me application, hope this helps:
    http://www.lab4games.net/zz85/blog/2006/01/
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    Re: Getting started

    You have probably missed out the EclipseME installation. Go get it here:
    http://www.eclipseme.org/
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    Re: Symbian c++ supported image formats

    You don't have to convert jpg/png/gif to bmp at first. Here is an explaination:
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.php/Image_Manipulation

    Animated gif is possible. Here is the source code:...
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    Re: J2me Supported image formats

    Yes, j2me supports both lossy (jpeg) and lossless (png) compression. For more information, you can check this out:http://360mobile.us/?page_id=3
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    Re: How to find the list of GPS enabled phones

    Hi,
    There is a feature for you to find only GPS enabled phone. Go to here:
    http://www.nokia.co.in/A4534002

    And look at the bottom left side panel, look for 'Advance features', check the 'GPS...
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