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Hi all,
I am looking for the list of devices that support the JSR 75.
Thank you for your collaboration
OULD
 
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Hi,
JSR-75 is at Proposed Final Draft stage, which means that it's not yet 100% final. Therefore there isn't yet an official Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK: a set of tests that check that an implementation of the JSR is compatible with the standard). Without this, no phone manufacturer can certify that their phone is compatible with JSR-75, so no phones for sale today are compatible with JSR-75.
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Hi David,
Thank you for your reply.
I found a link giving example to use the JSR 75:
http://developers.sun.com/techtopics/mobility/apis/ttips/fileconnection/
to know if your device support the JSR 75 you must do this test:
// Check that the File Connection Optional Package is there
String v = System.getProperty(
"microedition.io.file.FileConnection.version" );
if( v != null ){
// FCOP available
} else {
// FCOP not available
}
...
In other hand, I found devices that support to manupulate their fileSystem: Siemens devices, motorola etc...
Today, I would like have a approximatively list of devices (mobiles) supporting we manipulate their fileSystem.
Thank you for your help
OULD
 
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Although no devices today have implementations of the standard JSR-75 FileConnection API, some devices may have an implementation of a similar, non-standard, manufacturer-specific API.
Unless someone else here has more information, you'll have to check the manufacturers' developer web sites for information about such manufacturer-specific APIs. I can tell you now that you won't find any manufacturer-specific file APIs on Nokia's phones, but I know little about the other manufacturers.
 
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