Category: J2ME
BanglaSMS v2.0.0 (RC1) (J2ME Application)

BanglaSMS,is a unique software,that allows you to send and receive SMS in Bangla from any phone(J2ME)!The 1st best part,you will love writing in Bangla,even with the tiny keypad (No need to remember which letter is where)!2nd best part,it’s open source.

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Mobile RSS Reader v1.11.2 (Beta 1) (J2ME Application)

RSS Reader is a mobile Java MIDlet application that runs on Java enabled mobile phones and devices. User can store multiple RSS and ATOM feeds as bookmarks. Feeds can be imported from OPLM file.

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Moccatroller v1.8r3 (J2ME Application)

Moccatroller is a remote desktop application for mobile devices, supporting Bluetooth and Internet connections. Moccatroller has two parts: a Java application that runs on your PC or laptop, and a J2ME application that runs on your phone or PDA.

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Fire J2ME v2.1 (J2ME misc)

Fire (Flexible Interface Rendering Engine) is a library that aims to provide a set of easy-to-use extendable components to J2ME developers.

The basic set of Fire components offer all the functionality of the J2ME GUI components provided in the midp2 profile (Forms, Items etc.) plus a much more appealing user interface, themes, animations, popup menus, and better component layout. Fire does not depend on device or vendor specific parameters to lay out its components on the screen, thus creating interfaces that look the same on different phones and screen sizes.

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Sudoku Solver (03-02-2009) (J2ME misc)

This mobile application named “Sudoku Solver”, is a midlet program writen in Java (J2ME) for designing, solving and playing Sudoku puzzle game.

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JME C64 v1.9.4 (C64 emu for J2ME)

JME C64 runs on Java-enabled (MIDP 2.0) mobile devices.

Release notes:

The binaries of the final release for JMEC64 1.9.4 have been added for download. This release is built from the code of SVN revision 688.The release adds support for using a mobile devices accelerometer, as featured by many modern mobile phones, for emulating the joystick directions. So you can move your mobile device and thereby move the C64’s joystick. More a gimmick than being really useful ;-).Please take a look at the release notes for more information on the changes. Choose the emulator download according to the desired target platform:- JME C64 runs on Java-enabled (MIDP 2.0) mobile devices.- JSwing C64 and JAWT C64 run on PCs/Laptops supporting JDK/JRE 1.4 or higher.- Android C64 runs on Android-based mobile devices.

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ZXing v1.2 (J2ME misc)

ZXing (pronounced “zebra crossing”) is an open-source, multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java. Goal is to use the built-in camera on mobile phones to photograph and decode barcodes on the device, without communicating with a server.

This library is divided into several components of interest:

core: core decoding library, and the main component of the entire project
javame: JavaME client
javase: J2SE-specific client code
android: Android client (1.0 SDK)
androidtest: Android test app (1.0 SDK)
rim: RIM/Blackberry-specific client build
iphone: iPhone client + port to Objective C / C++ (QR code only)
zxingorg: The source behind
bug: Client for BugLabs’s BUG

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Hammock v1.6 (J2ME misc)

Hammock is a mock object framework for J2ME devices. It is used in conjunction with unit test frameworks like JMUnit and J2MEUnit. The framework includes mocks for many of the J2ME UI and I/O classes as well as a utility, HammockMaker, for generating mocks of other classes.

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MeBoy v2.2 (GBC emu for J2ME)

MeBoy is a Gameboy emulator for mobile phones (which means you can use it to play Gameboy games on a mobile phone). It works on phones with support for Java Micro Edition, specifically MIDP 2.0. Your phone manufacturer’s web site can tell you if this includes your phone.

MeBoy supports both Gameboy and Gameboy Color games, and with version 2.0 you can even play your games with sound!

With MeBoy you can also save your progress at any time, whether the game itself supports saving or not. Any number of saved games can be stored concurrenly (only limited by your phone’s available storage space). Since version 2.0, you can share your saved games with your friends via Bluetooth..

Release notes:

Improved speed of writes to graphics memory
Improved screen redraw syncing, especially for Advanced Graphics mode
Improved speed of doubled sprites (8×16 pixel) by drawing one large image instead of two small
Improved speed of decoding images in Advanced Graphics mode
Tweaked the sprite drawing loop to be slightly faster and better reflect the order sprites should be drawn, especially in Gameboy Color games
Simple Graphics mode now crops images that have transparent borders
Simple Graphics detects solid images, and creates Images without alpha channel
Tweaked decoding of images when scaling the screen to 75%
Fixed flicker when the LCD screen was turned off
Fixed bug when decoding Gameboy Color palettes (Pokemon trading card game starts now)
Fixed HDMA bug when interrupts are disabled (Donkey Kong Country starts now)
Fixed speed-switch bug where read-only bits could be written to (Conker’s Pocket Tales starts now)
Tweaked handling of cart-RAM (hopefully improving compatibility, but it’s hard to tell)
Emulation is now paused when setting keys

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Lampiro v9.1.1 (J2ME Application)

Lampiro brings XMPP and GTalk to your mobile phone, letting you connect and chat with your friends everywhere. With the help of gateway services, Lampiro can connect you with your friends that use MSN/Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, and ICQ. Lampiro uses the most advanced features that XMPP offers, allowing you to interact easily and effectively with remote services.

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