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    Re: Date/Time in J2ME

    what I did is:
    Date d = new Date();
    String stringDate = d.toString();
    the output was: Sat Nov 17 21:17:11 UTC 2007
    How can I get the date/time as EST time zone? (UTC - 5 hours)
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    Re: Date/Time in J2ME

    balagopalks,
    I went through the url you gave me but I still have the same problem. toString() converts date object to string but I got UTC time zone (Greenwich). I want the system time of my...
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    Date/Time in J2ME

    I want to get the current time and date. I used (Date d = new Date(); then t = d.getTime() then I used the Calendar to get the time and the date in the format I want. The problem is that the current...
  4. Thread: signd midlt?

    by alluoshi
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    Re: signd midlt?

    You don't have to sign a midlet, but you will encounter some annoying questions each time like if you allow to use certain application. The main problem, if you are using a loop in your program, each...
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    Re: Signing MIDlet's JAR in N95

    I would like to know how much does it cost (approximately)to sign a midlet for N95 and can I use the same certificate on many N95 phones?
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    Signing MIDlet's JAR in N95

    I am running an application on NOKIA N95 using J2ME. I am using a loop in the application and each time it asks if I allow application to use camera, then to use network ....
    I've been told that I...
  7. Re: Nokia 6300 problem with location coordinates

    I just tried it using NOKIA N95 without problems. Maybe NOKIA 6300 doesn't support that
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