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    J2me and mobile resources

    Hi All

    I want ask about if I can access mobile resources using java programming language (j2me) ??
    for example if i want to develop application that redial certain calling , or change mobile mode to silent mode..
    thanks in Advance

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    Hi Nourayn,

    I don't think so it will be possible to develop redial and activate silent mode through j2me ..

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    Quote Originally Posted by bhanuchandar.k View Post
    Hi Nourayn,

    I don't think so it will be possible to develop redial and activate silent mode through j2me ..
    so what is the best programming language for that ???

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    Hi ,
    I think it can be done with symbian but it required the signing . But I am not clear about which kind of a signing it required , like developer certificate or ExpressSigning...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nourayn View Post
    Hi All

    I can access mobile resources using java programming language (j2me) ??
    for example if i want to develop application that redial certain calling , or change mobile mode to silent mode..
    thanks in Advance
    Hi,
    Well that depends totally upon the resource that you wana access...if you wana access most of it ..then J2ME will not be a good option..then you must go for the Symbian..
    Please specify that what exactly is the requirement??
    then one can give you a best workaround...
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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    Hi,
    Well that depends totally upon the resource that you wana access...if you wana access most of it ..then J2ME will not be a good option..then you must go for the Symbian..
    Please specify that what exactly is the requirement??
    then one can give you a best workaround...
    Thanks,
    the application which I want to develop is that ,you can specify some of your contacts list then it dial automatically at specified time , also it can change the mobile mode to silent mode

    Quote Originally Posted by bhanuchandar.k View Post
    Hi ,
    I think it can be done with symbian but it required the signing . But I am not clear about which kind of a signing it required , like developer certificate or ExpressSigning...
    do you mean that I should have developer certificate to take permission to develop such application or to take some of APIs which used to develop such application??
    Last edited by Nourayn; 2008-11-24 at 11:13.

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    Hi,
    In order to read the contacts you can go through the link,
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...&highlight=sim
    and http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph..._Nokia_devices

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    what about using s60 sdk?
    or com.nokia pakage??
    it will be useful or not??

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    In general, what you are trying to do is possible with S60 devices using Symbian C++
    With Java ME you cannot do all the things you want. You cannot change to the silent mode. You can read the phonebook. You cannot get the call logs (you were talking about redialing in your original question). You can make a phone call with platformRequest.
    Also note that there will be some confirmation dialogs presented to the user, before the MIDlet will do certain things (like read phone book data or make phone call).

    Summary: If you use S60 phones, use Symbian C++. If you use Series 40 phones (which support only Java ME and Flash Lite), you are our of luck.

    Hartti

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    Really thank for all of you for advice
    OK.. what is the preferred IDE to develop the application using Symbian C++??
    thanks for help

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    Hi ,
    To do the Symbian c++ you have to use the Carbide IDE you can download the ide from the below site
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/Resources.../IDEs/Carbide/

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    Quote Originally Posted by bhanuchandar.k View Post
    Hi ,
    To do the Symbian c++ you have to use the Carbide IDE you can download the ide from the below site
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/Resources.../IDEs/Carbide/
    thanks a lot

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    Re: J2me and mobile resources

    Hi ,
    The carbide installation is some complicated thing . Fist you have to install the perl the install the s60 sdk then install the carbide ide I and My friends will follow this sequence .
    Hope this will help you

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