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    Exclamation J2ME Midlet

    Have a question regarding getting the Cell ID and Lac (location Code/Id) using a J2ME Midlet. Am trying to create a portable application that enables me to capture the Cell Id and Location Id. I know this is possible using Python on the S60 Series 3rd Edition FP 2. Unfortunately I am looking for a solution for J2ME. In addition; I am also looking if it is possible for a midlet to call AT commands.

    Looking to Supoort a majority of series 40 and 60 Devices.

    Looking forward to your feedback

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    Re: J2ME Midlet

    You're not going to have access to AT commands from a portable J2ME application.

    As to location information, you depend on the Location API, which is not available on all devices.

    How portable do you want the application to be? What range of devices do you want to support?

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    Re: J2ME Midlet

    Quote Originally Posted by grahamhughes View Post
    You're not going to have access to AT commands from a portable J2ME application.

    As to location information, you depend on the Location API, which is not available on all devices.

    How portable do you want the application to be? What range of devices do you want to support?
    - we are looking at making it portable on a majority of handsets on series 40 devices. any help on the same will be much appreciated.

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    Re: J2ME Midlet

    Quote Originally Posted by grahamhughes View Post
    You're not going to have access to AT commands from a portable J2ME application.

    As to location information, you depend on the Location API, which is not available on all devices.

    How portable do you want the application to be? What range of devices do you want to support?
    - also looking at Series 60 Devices

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    Re: J2ME Midlet

    Well, looking at the specification of one of the most common, current models of Series 40, Nokia 6300, it does not support the location API.

    You can read Getting Cell ID in Java ME, but as it says, the application must be signed by Nokia or the operator for this to work on Series 40 devices.

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