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How to transfer a program to a real phone?

Ransika deSilva
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Joined: Feb 18, 2003
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Hello all,
With the help of the Javaranch friend, I was able to run my first program with the use of wireless toolkit, Now my problem is how to transfer it to a real phone and run it. If I transfer it using a data cable or using the IR port where does the program get installed?
Thank you very much.


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Lasse Koskela
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MIDP applications are generally transferred to the mobile over the air.
In other words, you need to:
1) Create a JAD file which describes your application and points to the download URL for the application's JAR file
2) Deploy the JAD and JAR files on a web server accessible over public Internet
3) Type the URL for the JAD file into your phone's WAP browser
4) Click "ok" or "install" or whatever the installer asks


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James Hodgkiss
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You may also be able to transfer the midlet to your phone directly from your PC - check the CD that came with your phone, and you may also need a cable if IR or Bluetooth isn't supported.

For Nokia phones, midlets are stored in either the phone's Games or Applications folder. I think there is a field in the JAD where you can specify which. I think the default is usually the Applications folder.

Cheers,
James
 
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