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Problem on reading inbox sms in J2me

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Hi all,

Currently i am doing a project on Mobile Backup in J2ME. I want to read the inbox sms. Wants Only to read it Not For modify any inbox message..

How can i read it?

Thanks in Advance..
Dec 26 '08 #1
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What did the J2ME documentation tell you? You did search through it, right?!
Dec 28 '08 #2
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But in J2me documentation they didnt gave about SMS reading..
Dec 29 '08 #3
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If it is not in the documentation are you sure that J2ME can do it?
Dec 29 '08 #4
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Yes, Because i have a software, which is done in J2ME. They can read the inbox sms. How they did it in J2ME?

Other question - Is any possible way to implement the C++ mobile programming with J2ME.

Thank you..
Dec 31 '08 #5
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If you have seen it done in another application have you tried to decompile it? As for your other question I don't know what you are asking.
Dec 31 '08 #6
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J2ME is a Java Platform.
It does not support C++
Dec 31 '08 #7
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Hmmm, I thought that was so obvious that it couldn't be what the OP was asking about... could it?
Dec 31 '08 #8
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Sorry ya i am out of station..

Actually my second quest is that can Mobile development C++ coding can be implemented with j2me?
Jan 5 '09 #9
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But we can integrate cross language like VB and Java.. As like any possibility ya..
Jan 5 '09 #10
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No, the JVM only looks at Java bytecode. If you want cross language support for Java and VB you are going to want to look at dot net and dot net is only supported in Windows Mobile.
Jan 5 '09 #11
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It would have to be implemented with JNI. However, most mobile phones are based on CLDC which doesn't support JNI as part of the sandbox specification.
Note though that CDC supports JNI and so you can use C++ in J2ME for devices that use CDC.
Jan 8 '09 #12
We are clueless about mobile programming but we do have a knowledge about Java Programming.

Our problem is we need a java mobile application that will be used in a bluetooth enabled phone . The application will retrieve the incoming message and send it to the bluetooth enabled computer . . .

How are we supposed to do it ?? Please help . . .
Jun 23 '10 #13

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