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Importing a Nokia S40 device SDK into Eclipse

 
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I'm trying to Import Nokia S40 5th Edition-Feature Pack-1 into Eclipse 3.4. I am doing the following-

Windows --> Preferences --> J2ME -->Device Management --> Import.

On the Import Devices window, I Browse to the C:\Nokia\Devices\S40_5th_Edition_SDK_Feature_Pack_1 directory. But the device is not picked up.

With the Eclipse 3.3.1 version (at my workplace), the same device is recognized. Am I missing some steps in the Eclipse setup? Or is it because of the Eclipse version?


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Hi Jane,

It might be because of the Eclipse version. Since Eclipse 3.4.1 is fairly new, some plug-ins may not yet function properly.
 
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Thanks for the reply. Anyway, I switched to NetBeans 6.5. Found it better with respect to J2ME and initial setup.
 
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Jane Joseph wrote:Anyway, I switched to NetBeans 6.5. Found it better with respect to J2ME and initial setup.


Hi Jane,
I agree with you. I used to develop Java ME apps with both Eclipse and NetBeans and felt NetBeans was better, IMO. Code examples come with NetBeans were really useful too.

Ko Ko
 
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Hi Ko Ko,

I too found the code examples provided by NetBeans to be very useful.

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