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Install J2ME Runtime

 
Paul Houser
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Ok, so I downloaded and installed the Websphere Dev Studio with J2ME, and I set up a project, got it to comopile right, and send to my device, but apparently I have to install the environment, I've searched around IBM's website for a while and just can't find out how to do so... to put it simply, how do I install the j2 environment on my iPaq?
 
Ko Ko Naing
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I am using Toshiba e750 and once I found an article about installation J2ME on IPAQ on JavaWorld.com... But the installation is a little bit different from installaiton on Toshiba..... I hope it will suit with your IPAQ... Here is the link...
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-10-2001/jw-1026-devices.html
 
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Installing WME on PocketPC is a poorly documented process. It is taught as a lab exercise in IBM's pervasive computer workshops. My book has a chapter-length appendix detailing this process.
Insignia and CreMe JVMs, on the other hand, seem a lot easier to install on devices.
 
Paul Houser
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Yeah, CrEme was really easy to install, but it's too slow. So I was trying out IBM's VM and ran into this problem.
I probably should get your book
 
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