Porting from J2ME to Android

by estibaliz.telefon...@gmail.com » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 17:10:17 GMT


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 Hi, I'm interesting in the use of J2ME 's applications about Android
SDK. I've been reading enought about item. there has some tools for
doing it, but I don't get it. For example, by the way I've seen, J2me
MIDP RUNNER is one of them. This tools ofers a serious of applications
where the user can chosee, what of all them, he want to install. This
tools offers a serious of applications, the user will choose which one
of them to install. The J2me application is converted to Android
(apk), but there is only a problem. It isn't proved on the Android SDK
because is only running on version 0.9 and the version used is the 1.0
currently. Either I don't know if it's could use: wifi, bluetooh,
accelerometer... after the conversion. In addition to this, according
to the documents readed Android works with J2SE. The main idea is: (in
some way)if It's posible export the platform on J2ME to Android SDK
through a tools. It's very very import the use the wifi... on Android.
It's known the tool called ME4Android. I've tried getting it, but I
don't know where download it.

Please I need help, it's important

Thanks

estibaliz_cele...@msn.com

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Porting from J2ME to Android

by Jean-Baptiste Queru » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 18:26:12 GMT


 I'm afraid that you picked the wrong group for your question (don't
worry, it happens a lot). People in the android-developers groups have
a lot more experience about application development with the SDK,
while this group focuses on making Android work on different hardware
platforms.

Good luck,
JBQ

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Porting from J2ME to Android

by estibaliz.telefon...@gmail.com » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 07:27:00 GMT


 Sorry, Thanks you!!!




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Porting from J2ME to Android

by tamerlan311 » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 12:49:01 GMT


  http://microemu.blogspot.com/2008/11/running-java-me-applications-on-android.html 

See that.

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Porting from J2ME to Android

by estibaliz.telefon...@gmail.com » Sat, 14 Mar 2009 02:10:24 GMT


 Hi, I'm interesting in the use of J2ME 's applications about Android
SDK. I've been reading enought about item. there has some tools for
doing it, but I don't get it. For example, by the way I've seen, J2me
MIDP RUNNER is one of them. This tools ofers a serious of applications
where the user can chosee, what of all them, he want to install. This
tools offers a serious of applications, the user will choose which one
of them to install. The J2me application is converted to Android
(apk), but there is only a problem. It isn't proved on the Android SDK
because is only running on version 0.9 and the version used is the 1.0
currently. Either I don't know if it's could use: wifi, bluetooh,
accelerometer... after the conversion. In addition to this, according
to the documents readed Android works with J2SE. The main idea is: (in
some way)if It's posible export the platform on J2ME to Android SDK
through a tools. It's very very import the use the wifi... on
Android.  It's known the tool called ME4Android. I've tried getting
it, but I don't know where download it.

Please I need help, it's important

Thanks

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Porting from J2ME to Android

by estibaliz.telefon...@gmail.com » Sat, 14 Mar 2009 02:10:33 GMT


 Hi, I'm interesting in the use of J2ME 's applications about Android
SDK. I've been reading enought about item. there has some tools for
doing it, but I don't get it. For example, by the way I've seen, J2me
MIDP RUNNER is one of them. This tools ofers a serious of applications
where the user can chosee, what of all them, he want to install. This
tools offers a serious of applications, the user will choose which one
of them to install. The J2me application is converted to Android
(apk), but there is only a problem. It isn't proved on the Android SDK
because is only running on version 0.9 and the version used is the 1.0
currently. Either I don't know if it's could use: wifi, bluetooh,
accelerometer... after the conversion. In addition to this, according
to the documents readed Android works with J2SE. The main idea is: (in
some way)if It's posible export the platform on J2ME to Android SDK
through a tools. It's very very import the use the wifi... on
Android.  It's known the tool called ME4Android. I've tried getting
it, but I don't know where download it.

Please I need help, it's important

Thanks

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Porting from J2ME to Android

by Dana Li » Sat, 14 Mar 2009 07:37:53 GMT


 Hi,
I am the developer of J2ME MIDP Runner, Thanks for taking a look at our
product. First, our product evoloved SIGNIFICANTLY since our initial release
in October last year. Now the latest version (upcoming 1.6) it almost
support ALL j2me applicaitons in the market. We supported all SDKs form 0.9
to 1.1 and upcoming cupcake and we are the only one that works  in the
android market (although the version there is a little bit too old - 1.4 -
will get a new release pretty soon) and HTC G1. So it is already proven on
the real device. yes, it could use many of the api and it can use ALL
features after conversion because it is now becomes a native apk, it use
those apis through the standard jsr apis. So far we supported many jsrs such
as jsr75 for file system and pim, 120 for sms, 135 for multimedia, 172 for
web services and many more vendor specific apis. yes, our original idea is
simple: make j2me apps runs unmodified yet with full speed on android and
integrete with andorid paltform. After installation, it becoems a native
icon in the launcher and user does not feel it is using j2me at all.
Further, we can integreated with browser so if user browse to any j2me web
site, it can automatically convert j2me app into android app for u so the
user see it as if it is a native jvm. but it is surprior than a jvm.
some other tools may exists but none has reached the stabilitiy as we had
done, not mentioning that our tools support binary conversion (no source
code required). and we support operamini4, skype, and almost all games on
the market.
Please do let me know if you have further questions.
Dana

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