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Hi all,

I am developing a javaME based security system for mobile phones and I want to run this midlet when the phone starts up. Is this possible and if so how can I do this...?


Thank you......!
 
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In my experience this is not a thing that you can do with a midlet.
Maybe on a Symbian device you could create an apps that call the midlet at the startup (I'm not really sure you can) on other device I don't think it is possible something similar.
 
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