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After trying my hands over J2SE ( about 10% :-D ), I'm curious to know about getting my output over the Mobile Screen. That is, I want my Java Applications to be executed on the mobile/cell phones.

If I'm not wrong, there's a sort of J2ME associated with it. But, do I need to Install it in parallel to J2SE over my system. Further, from where could I learn to develop these mobile apps.
 
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You need to download the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit for mobile application development. In addition to this you should also download netbeans mobility pack.

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/download-135801.html

http://netbeans.org/features/javame/
 
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Swastik Dey wrote:http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/download-135801.html


The JME SDK 3.0 would be a more up-to-date choice:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javame/javamobile/download/sdk/index.html

JME doesn't exactly have a lot of traction in the marketplace, though. Symbian has no future, and BlackBerry ditched JME for their new OS. If this is just idle curiosity, maybe looking into Android would make more sense.
 
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You can write java applications for mobile phones like nokia, using J2ME that means java 2 micro edition which is a platform for mobile applications by java. But the phone must support java (MIDP). I wish you all good luck to develop your mobile apps.
 
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Download latest netbeans IDE version 7.1 and Java ME sdk 3.05
 
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