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    Thumbs down Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    HI !
    I want to know which SDK I can use to programm the Nokia Low End phones like nokia 1100, 1110i, 2100, 2300 etc. I want to load my application through the Data cable provided with the handset.

    Please suggest

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    The phones you listed do not support Java MIDlet installation. So there is no SDK for them.

    Hartti

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    Quote Originally Posted by hartti
    The phones you listed do not support Java MIDlet installation. So there is no SDK for them.

    Hartti
    So I will not be able to develop any application and make it run on these phones.
    I am going to make an appliaction which does not interact with user. But based on some parameters, it will keep sending SMSs at specified time intervals to a pre-defined phone number.
    Is there any way i can compile that application for above said phones.

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    Hi,

    You can't install any applications to these phones


    Peter

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    @gurpreet_acme, Just to add what others said:: You can see the list of Java enabled phones here
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/matrix_all_1.html

    And their tools and SDK's are available here
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/reso...dks/index.html

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    thanks for the Links.
    But these links show the SDKs for the phones which are obsolete now.
    Also they all are Java based and the SDK if I use, will I have to program the applicaiton in Java Language or 'C'.?
    I don't know anything about java as I am an embedded hardware developer.

    Also Does Series 40 SDK provide me the flxibilty to build and run a specific application based on GSM AT commands in any S40 Based phone?

    Please suggest !

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    Quote Originally Posted by gurpreet_acme
    thanks for the Links.
    But these links show the SDKs for the phones which are obsolete now.
    Also they all are Java based and the SDK if I use, will I have to program the applicaiton in Java Language or 'C'.?
    I don't know anything about java as I am an embedded hardware developer.

    Also Does Series 40 SDK provide me the flxibilty to build and run a specific application based on GSM AT commands in any S40 Based phone?

    Please suggest !
    This link proveds the SDKs in which we can worite programs in c++

    http://forum.nokia.com/main/resource...index.html#cpp

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    gurpreet,

    You cannot install Java ME MIDlets on those devices you listed and you cannot use Symbian C++ programming on those phones either.
    However what you described later on was to have an application running on the PC connected to the phone, and sending AT commands to the phone. This does not require any applications to be installed on the phone, however I am not sure if the phones you listed support AT commands either.

    You could check this document for some guidance on AT commands in general
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._2_en.pdf.html

    Hartti

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    Thanks for the Links and the info.

    That means I will not be able to write an application in C/C++ for S40 Based devices because the Links provide SDKs based on C++ only for S60 Devices.

    I don't want to learn Java as it will hamper my profile in future. So, finally I have to search for some other option.

    If anybody finds the solution for programming S40 Based Nokia phones in C/C++, Please let me know.


    Thanks in Advance.

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    As things are today, there is no solution for an indepdendent developer to write C/C++ apps for S40 phones.

    Either you do it in Java for those S40 phones that support Java, or you don't do it at all (unless you happen to be a subcontractor for Nokia Mobile Phones writing an app or other component to be included/embedded on some new/future S40 model).

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    There is a C/C++ to Java translator but I think it only goes to Standard Edition Java. If there was a large need and someone is willing to pay, I could get the contact for the group that has this software and see if they were interested in porting for S40.

    Ron

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    Re: Which SDK to use for Low End Nokia phones programming?

    for manage sms maybe you simply ( without programming ) wanna use sms_gateway
    http://share.gulli.com/folders/91122...s_gateway.html

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