I need javax.microedition.io in android, what can I do ?

by Mark Murphy » Sat, 27 Mar 2010 04:57:31 GMT

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JavaME is not part of Android.

So you can:

Step #1: Find an open source implementation of what you need.

Step #2: Copy it into your project and rename it to some other package
(e.g., com.rakhimov.io).

Step #3: Repeat steps 1 & 2 until you get all the dependencies resolved.

Step #4: Write a test suite to make sure it works the way you expect.


Step #1: Rewrite the code that requires javax.microedition.io to use
standard JavaSE-style I/O.


Step #2: There are supposed to be some JavaME compatibility layers
available for Android, but I do not know their names or sites off the
top of my head.

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