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Gregg Bolinger
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I just got an NEC 515 and one of it's features is Java (with DoJa) support for application downloads with a version of Java created by NTT DoCoMo.
So I was wondering if I can use J2ME to develop for this phone or if I need to get an SDK from NEC/NTT DoCoMo or if anyone has any other information.
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serge masse
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Yes, you need to use a special SDK.
Here's the link to download it:
http://www.nttdocomo.com/corebiz/imode/why/guideline/agreement.html


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Gregg Bolinger
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Serge,
Thanks a lot for the link.
Has anyone used this SDK before? Anyone know anything about this that they can tell me as far as how similar it is to all the other J2ME SDK's?
Fred Grott
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Gregg I believe you need the higher jsdk not 1.5 but 2. or 3 for your handset which is not US release but japan release..see my J2MEEmulators list for links..


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Michael Yuan
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Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:
Has anyone used this SDK before? Anyone know anything about this that they can tell me as far as how similar it is to all the other J2ME SDK's?

To my knowledge, iAppli is not J2ME. It has a very similar design to MIDP but all the class names and properties files are different. So, you cannot run J2ME applications on your NEC 515. But it should be easy to port J2ME source code to iAppli.
cheers
Michael


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