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    Can from Java read the phone mark and model?

    thanks,
    marcelo

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    Re: Can from Java read the phone mark and model?

    what do u mean when u say phone mark? i dont think u can get phone model in J2ME but i am not 100% sure will check it out.
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    Re: Can from Java read the phone mark and model?

    For example, I would like to know that the phone is a Nokia phone model E61 or a Sony Ericsson model T637. Specifically I want to know the capabilities of the phone (i.e. SMS, MMS, WAP version)

    I think the carrier has this information through the IMEI.

    The question is if I can from J2ME to know the capabilities of the phone, including if it has camara, mp3 player, etc.

    thx.

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    Re: Can from Java read the phone mark and model?

    Quote Originally Posted by rolecram
    For example, I would like to know that the phone is a Nokia phone model E61 or a Sony Ericsson model T637. Specifically I want to know the capabilities of the phone (i.e. SMS, MMS, WAP version)

    I think the carrier has this information through the IMEI.

    The question is if I can from J2ME to know the capabilities of the phone, including if it has camara, mp3 player, etc.

    thx.
    You could try with System properties.

    MIDP: System Properties (With Example) v1.2
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._2_en.zip.html

    For example Page 1 says:
    String: microedition.platform
    Description:
    "The name of the host platform or device. In Nokia devices the name consists of “Nokia”, the device model, and software version separated by “/”. There is no space between “Nokia” and the model number nor on either side of “/”. Formally, the syntax of the platform string is: Nokia MODEL_NUMBER “/” SW_VERSION. For example, Nokia6310i/4.42 or Nokia3510i/p1.25."

    Hope this helps!

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