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I need to develop a j2me application to be used for Nokia 6600.I may use WAP or Bluetooth.What do I need to install?
J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.1???
Series 60 MIDP Concept SDK Beta 0.3.1, Nokia edition (14.10.2003)???
Nokia Developer's Suite 2.1 for J2ME(TM) (26.2.2004)???
 
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Good question. Are you going to use any Nokia proprietary API's?

This is my development environment.

IntelliJ with the correct jars in its path,

then I go into the Wireless Toolkit 2.1 to build and run.

It works for me.

Mark
 
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I assume that if I'm going to use Nokia propriety APIs, i just have to include the specific jars right?
What IDE can you recommend for J2ME development with Nokia 6600?
 
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