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where can i find the Series 40 5th Edition SDK, Feature Pack 1 Lite for download?

 
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i urgently needed this nokia sdk but i can't find it anywhere on the internet i tried to access the nokia forum site and it seems like it has been down for a long time it shows a message on my browser DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN if someone still has this sdk I'll be very grateful for the help, thanks in advance.
 
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it wasn't that, I needed the file Series_40_5th_Edition_SDK_FP1_Lite_v1_0_en.zip or Series_40_5th_Edition_SDK_FP1_Lite_v0_9_en.zip.
 
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Aha. Now I understand why you were going to the Nokia forum site. Sorry, you might be out of luck.
 
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do you know where I find these files Series_40_5th_Edition_SDK_FP1_Lite_v1_0_en.zip or Series_40_5th_Edition_SDK_FP1_Lite_v0_9_en.zip? sorry for this question again.
 
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If Java Micro Edition isn't dead, it's as good as. When even the smallest hobby chips pack more horsepower than a 1990 IBM mainframe, the need for a scaled-down JVM instead of the full kit is essentially nil.

Then there's the problem with Nokia. Weren't they actually out of the phone business for a while?

What would one do with an antiquated SDK for phones so old that you're more likely to find abandoned in a drawer - or in landfills - than in actual use?
 
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