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    Question About Mobile Platform

    Hello All,

    I have developed an application for nokia mobile and it is working properly in my nokia device. I have done my coding in j2me. now i want to check my application in window based mobile but i don't know that my application will work on window based mobile or not. Can any one tell me that my application will work or not?

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    abhi4u

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    Thumbs up Re: About Mobile Platform

    Quote Originally Posted by abhi4u View Post
    Hello All,

    I have developed an application for nokia mobile and it is working properly in my nokia device. I have done my coding in j2me. now i want to check my application in window based mobile but i don't know that my application will work on window based mobile or not. Can any one tell me that my application will work or not?

    Thanks With Regards
    abhi4u
    check for java compatibility of ur device. Also check MIDP AND CLDC version support of that device on net..
    thanks,
    jitu_goldie..

    KEEP TRYING..

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    Re: About Mobile Platform

    Thanks Jitu......

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    Re: About Mobile Platform

    The confusing thing about Java on WinMob is: Microsoft do not supply it. The manufacturer of the device must get a Java runtime from another source. Several companies provide Java runtime software for Windows Mobile.

    Particularly confusing is that two devices of the same model may have a different Java runtimes if they come from different operators.

    That said, most Windows Mobile devices ship with Java support, and will support at least CLDC-1.0 and MIDP-2.0. Some will support more.

    Ultimately: try it and see.

    Cheers,
    Graham.

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    Re: About Mobile Platform

    yup even the most recent (and expensive) devices (for example the XPeria and the HTC Diamond) do ship with a Java runtime but it doenst even supprot JSR179, whilst both do have an internal GPS

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