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Address Book Using MIDP2.0

Vishal Patel
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Joined: Jun 22, 2004
Posts: 13
I want to access the mobile phone address book using an application.
And also wants to make changes in it.

Is it possible?
I am using the MIDP2.0.

Please help me.
Thanks.
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You can read from the address book by using a special type of text field (read the spec for the exact API) but cannot make changes to it. Full access the address book is provided by the PIM API (JSR 75). There are several phone models (e.g., Nokia 6630 and some motorola models) out there supporting this API.


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