I just noticed something odd about an already-tested to near death Java application that I passed to the 5230 to try some stuff out.
Firstly, the app connects to the internet (feature I wanted to test), then it asks for user and a key, then you press the OK "button" (command). It proceeds to another screen and so on, not truly important... This is all tested, and it works in non-touch screen phones quite beautifully.
The thing is that, on the 5230, the OK command doesn't do anything, but there's an Exit command that thankfully works wonders (otherwise, I'd be stuck with it running forever, possibly). But here I don't know if it's the OK command by itself, or if it is that the Display.getDisplay(this).setCurrent() method is faulty or something as well (which would be odd, since I do enter the app on its main screen and all; why not work for other screens?)
...so the issue is, does the OK command work? Is there any peculiarity to the 5230 that makes "normal" Java development that I must consider?