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How to run a MIDlet in an actual mobile device

 
syed baber owais
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I have developed a MIDlet and i want to know that how to run this in an actual mobile device.plz if anyone know that then let me know.

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Layne Lund
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I haven't got this far in my own exploration of J2ME. In fact, I'm having trouble with installing my midlet examples on my palm. Most devices that support MIDP should have some way to load midlets to it, either over the Internet or with a serial or USB cable. This question has been asked several times before, so you might be able to find the appropriate answer for your particular device. Just use the Search link at the top of the page.
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Jonathan Knudsen
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The procedure depends heavily on the device, so I can't give you much specific advice.
Some devices allow you to transfer applications via IR, Bluetooth, or serial cable. Some devices can do Over The Air (OTA) transfer, which means the application is actually transferred via the wireless network. (Which means you may have to host the application somewhere so your phone can get to it.)
 
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