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  1. #1
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    use Java Native Interface to record voice in J2ME

    Hello.

    I want to write a program to record voice in J2ME. Since there are no Java functions for such task and Nokia Symbian OS accepts both C++ and Java, I want to use Java Native Interface to call C++ recording functions for use in J2ME program. Is it possible? I know it works for Java, how about J2ME?

    The process creates a DLL. Can cellphones access library dynamically? People tell me it's static. Is it true?

    Can "offical" Forum Nokia people answer this question? I want definitive answers.

    Thank you.

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    RE: use Java Native Interface to record voice in J2ME

    j2me 1.0 (which is the current implementation for nokia cells) doesn't support JNI.

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    Re: use Java Native Interface to record voice in J2ME

    Hi All,

    Got any update on JNI in j2me?

    -Sam

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    Re: use Java Native Interface to record voice in J2ME

    There is no 3rd-party JNI in CLDC. Socket-based workarounds can be used, like http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...vicesFramework on Symbian.

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