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I have developed some bluetooth enabled MIDlets that execute perfectly on Nokia 6680 and Nokia 6630. However I would like to get the MIDlets to run on a Dell Axim X51v.

I have installed the J9 VM standard version. I tried downloading the trial version of Atinav SDk and copied the jar file to the ext directory of the VM library. However testing the MIDlet the same day I downloaded the jar file gave me an error saying the trial period has elapsed.

I have tried contacting the company on this and as yet have heard nothing from them. I have also tried Avetana, but again had go success.

Surely somebody out their has got a a Bluetooth Enabled MIDlet running on a PocketPC (WM5), and would be delighted if you could offer detailed instructions as to how you got this to work.

Will we ever see the day that one can execute a MIDlet on a PDA, just as easily as it works on a Phone?
 
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Hmmm. Admittedly, I'd not thought to go that route - perhaps there's some file missing from the install that's needed to tell it when the trial period ends (or some setting needed that would serve the same purpose).

My own misadventures with trying to get JSR-82 running on J9 pretty much left me soured to the whole thing (I was doing it on my WM2003 iPAQ 5455). It just seems more complicated than it needs to be.
 
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