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Hi everyone,

Can anyone give me a list of all the mobiles that support FileConnectionAPI

Thanks
 
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Hi
It is not clear what u want to know. But i worked with default, Nokia series 40 and Sony Ericsion emulators and all of the support File connection API.
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Debojit
 
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hi,
to get the FileConnection supporting SonyEricsson mobiles u visit the following link:


http://developer.sonyericsson.com/site/global/products/phones/phonegallery/p_phonegallery.jsp

In motorola:
http://malaysia.motorola.com/pcs/E680/my/full_specs.ASP


u can also go thru this also:
http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/
 
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Do not forget most of the Series60 handsets support GCF as well which includes the FILEConnection API
 
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Hi, I am trying to read a text file from J2ME, the file is located in the resource folder. Its my understanding that in order to do so the phone has to support the FileConnection API. As far as I know Nokia 6630 supports this API but not the series 40 handsets.

Is this correct? moreover how can I check if the device supports file connection API through J2ME?

Thanks
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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