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How could I know which set of JSRs a phone supports?  RSS feed

 
Meysam Mahfouzi
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Please look at the Java Platforms table in this page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sony_Ericsson_Java_Platform

If a Sony Ericsson phone like P990 or P1i is based on JP-3, does it mean that it only support a specific set of JSRs? for instance if you look at the table, JSR 234 (Camera capabilities) is a feature of JP-7, does it mean that a phone like p990 can't have access to advanced multimedia APIs?

To be more specific with my question, how could I determine which JSRs a phone supports?
 
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Welcome to the JavaRanch Meysam!

Usually you can go to the web site of the phone manufacturer and they'll list what features that particular phone supports. Sometimes you may need to visit a carrier's developer site, since some carriers will add to or modify the features that that device offers.
 
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