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Hi guys,

I have heard that we can use a mobile phone connected with Putty to debug the application
Please throw some more light on it.

Thanks
 
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Never heard about using Putty for debugging purposes but I posted some links to a similar questions a few days ago: http://www.coderanch.com/t/491783/JME/Mobile/Interview
Maybe that helps.
 
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Hi Guys,

I successfully used putty release 0.60 to see the sysouts on the console screen of puty when i ran my application connected via a usb cable to the system.

just change the com port to the usb connected and connecton type to serial.
voila you are done
 
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