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    Mobile Dialer Develop for Symbian OS using Java

    I am a experienced Java programmer. Now i would like to develop a mobile dialer for Symbian OS using java. I am newbie in mobile application development.

    Please guide me how i can proceed to develop a mobile dialer.

    It would be great for me if someone can come up with a Architecture.


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    Re: Mobile Dialer Develop for Symbian OS using Java

    What do you exactly mean by "Mobile Dialer"?
    Please elaborate your requirements a bit more...

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    Re: Mobile Dialer Develop for Symbian OS using Java

    Well... you need s subclass of javax.microedition.midlet.MIDlet. Then, you can use the classes in javax.microedition.lcdui to create a user interface... you'll need at least one of the classes that extends Displayable.

    To initiate a call, use:

    Code:
    platformRequest("tel:" + number);
    (This is a method of MIDlet.)

    Cheers,
    Graham.

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    Re: Mobile Dialer Develop for Symbian OS using Java

    Quote Originally Posted by arpit2agrawal View Post
    What do you exactly mean by "Mobile Dialer"?
    Please elaborate your requirements a bit more...
    I want to develop a mobile dialer for VOIP.

    my requirements:
    1. able work under NAT
    3. Able to do tunneling
    4. For Symbian OS supported mobile
    5. definitely some codec will be used

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    Re: Mobile Dialer Develop for Symbian OS using Java

    Ahhh... "for VOIP" was a key piece of information...

    You want to write a VOIP client. I would say this is not practical in mobile Java. Go for C++.

    Cheers,
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    Re: Mobile Dialer Develop for Symbian OS using Java

    Quote Originally Posted by salahuddin_bd View Post
    i would like to develop a mobile dialer for Symbian OS using java.
    If you are targeting Symbian OS phones then why not to go for Symbian C++ rather that J2ME as Graham suggests

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    Re: Mobile Dialer Develop for Symbian OS using Java

    Quote Originally Posted by salahuddin_bd View Post
    I want to develop a mobile dialer for VOIP.

    my requirements:
    1. able work under NAT
    3. Able to do tunneling
    4. For Symbian OS supported mobile
    5. definitely some codec will be used
    Salahuddin, Have you found something? i am also looking for same if some one can help?

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    Re: Mobile Dialer Develop for Symbian OS using Java

    Symbian is very good platform for VOIP comparing to Android and Iphone. 3rd edition , 5th edtion and symbian anna mobiles are ideal for mobile dialer development. You can develop it based on pjsip or opal open source sipstack, or can create stack on your own too. if interested still then can contact with me.. we also have android, iphone and windows dialer..

    spinytel@gmail.com

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