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How to work on mobile technology

Anand Karia
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Joined: Sep 25, 2004
Posts: 156

Hi all

I am Java Developer and I have Nokia-6600, Nokia-6230, Nokia 9210.

I have download NetBeans 4 and its mobility pack that has sample "Hello" program.

I want to know that

how can i transfer my file from my computer to my mobile and in which folder i have to transfer?
Which file .jar, .class or .jad i suppose to transfer?
After transfer,How my program will run from my mobile?

Any help would be highly appreciated.

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Yuri Magrisso
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Joined: Sep 13, 2003
Posts: 58
I haven't worked exactly with Netbeans, but I suppose after you build your application, you should package it and after you package it, there should be two files with the same name and extensions '.jad' and '.jar'. For example if your application is called 'HelloWorld' the two files you need to upload to your phone will be 'HelloWorld.jad' and 'HelloWorld.jar'. Most likely they are in a folder called 'bin' in your project directory.

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