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Java Mobile device Emulator

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After searching for an emulator for the typical cellphone/handheld java
applets (do these have a specific name like beans or something?) I
arrived at Sun's website and found a download for a runtime which
supposedly allows for testing these kind of apps on a pc.

I am not at all proficient in Java development, after trying for a while
I find I cannot run any of the Java applets I have, which _do_ run
properly on my SE K750i cellphone.

Can anyone help me getting these to work on a pc, preferrably in a
virtual screen similar in dimensions to the one on my phone?

I don't intend (yet) to start writing my own apps, I am just interested
in trying them before laboriously installing them one by one on my
cellphone.

Thanks a bunch!
Sh
Nov 8 '05 #1
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On Tue, 08 Nov 2005 16:05:19 +0100, Schraalhans Keukenmeester wrote:
After searching for an emulator for the typical cellphone/handheld java
applets (do these have a specific name like beans or something?) I
arrived at Sun's website and found a download for a runtime which
supposedly allows for testing these kind of apps on a pc.

I am not at all proficient in Java development, after trying for a while
I find I cannot run any of the Java applets I have, which _do_ run
properly on my SE K750i cellphone.

Can anyone help me getting these to work on a pc, preferrably in a
virtual screen similar in dimensions to the one on my phone?

I don't intend (yet) to start writing my own apps, I am just interested
in trying them before laboriously installing them one by one on my
cellphone.


I don't know much yet about mobile Java development, but since no one
answered your question, I'll try. Have you tried to simply lauch those
applications with emulator.exe? Command-line would be like:

<path-to-wireless-toolkit>\bin\emulator -Xdescriptor:somefile.jad
somefile.jar

HTH.
Nov 11 '05 #2

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For a beginner i would suggest you down load Netbeans IDE which comes with
J2ME Emulator. it is visual like visual studio , you get to put text boxes
on a virtual phone ETC and its free so go ahead if you have any more
questions ask

"ten_on" <ya****@o2.pl> wrote in message
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On Tue, 08 Nov 2005 16:05:19 +0100, Schraalhans Keukenmeester wrote:
After searching for an emulator for the typical cellphone/handheld java
applets (do these have a specific name like beans or something?) I
arrived at Sun's website and found a download for a runtime which
supposedly allows for testing these kind of apps on a pc.

I am not at all proficient in Java development, after trying for a while
I find I cannot run any of the Java applets I have, which _do_ run
properly on my SE K750i cellphone.

Can anyone help me getting these to work on a pc, preferrably in a
virtual screen similar in dimensions to the one on my phone?

I don't intend (yet) to start writing my own apps, I am just interested
in trying them before laboriously installing them one by one on my
cellphone.


I don't know much yet about mobile Java development, but since no one
answered your question, I'll try. Have you tried to simply lauch those
applications with emulator.exe? Command-line would be like:

<path-to-wireless-toolkit>\bin\emulator -Xdescriptor:somefile.jad
somefile.jar

HTH.

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