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Hi,

I have developed a Game and it uses the .wav file works very well in Emulator. I sent that game to Game distributor, This is the reply i got.

We found no problem to implement into Device and it works properly except
with NO sound
Game use "wav" format for the sound. Other Java
games implemented into Our Devise use "smaf" format for the sound. We assume
that if you change the sound format from "wav" to "smaf", the sound problem
will be solved.

Now i hv got everything player to play samf file , convertor in order to convert the .wav into SMAF format.

1) But i dont know How can i play smaf format file using J2ME any Idea.
2) And i looked at the Phone specification it does support the .wav format then why my game does not play sound there.
My .wav format is

Bit Rate : 64KBPS
Audio sample size : 8bit
Channels 1(mono)
Audio sample rate : 8khz
Audio format : PCM
 
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