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Hi, what I want to know is if I develop an application using J2ME,how can I use that appli on an actual mobile phone.How can I transfer the application to mobile phone?Also can I do it with any kind of mobile phone? thanks vishal
The phone must be Java-enabled, i.e. it must say something like "MIDP compatible" or "supports Java", etc. You then follow the manufacturer's directions for getting Java apps on the phone. Most of the time that means using a data cable connected to your PC. The newer phones can download stuff wirelessly as well, although that's pretty slow and for development purposes you'll want to use the cable. For a list of Java-enabled phones, see http://www.javamobiles.com.