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This doesn't work. It even doesn't start.
 
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Originally Posted by hugh.jf.chen View Post
This doesn't work. It even doesn't start.
same problem here...plz give step by step guide to make it working...
 
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#563
Originally Posted by hugh.jf.chen View Post
This doesn't work. It even doesn't start.
Its already been discussed before! Search and Read!
 
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#564
Originally Posted by munozferna View Post
DavyP, hopefully you can apply for a N9 http://lists.maemo.org/pipermail/mae...il/005134.html !
Thanks for the tip. This is a nice opportunity to get a N9 and a good way to attract more developers for this platform!

Unfortunately, I think I joined too late in order to be eligible. I only very recently created myself a Maemo profile as I did not realize the accounts for maemo.org and talk.maemo.org were different (I was looking for my "Karma" level, which now seems to be 181 whatever that means ). Anyway, I am sure there are probably many more developers out there who have been contributing for much longer than I have.

PS: For those trying to run the Opera Mini Next 7.0 midlet, I have similar lock-ups on my Android port. Strange ...

Cheers.
Davy
 
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Originally Posted by nisheet View Post
same problem here...plz give step by step guide to make it working...
The short answer is that my phoneME does not support JSR 120/205 (i.e. the Wireless Messaging APIs) that this application relies upon.

The problem is that several classes are missing (you get a java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError when you try to run this app). I might be able to add a dummy implementation, but I am not sure if that would resolve the problem with this application.

Davy
 

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Originally Posted by DavyP View Post
Unfortunately, I think I joined too late in order to be eligible. I only very recently created myself a Maemo profile as I did not realize the accounts for maemo.org and talk.maemo.org were different (I was looking for my "Karma" level, which now seems to be 181 whatever that means ). Anyway, I am sure there are probably many more developers out there who have been contributing for much longer than I have.
I would hope the organisers would make allowances for situations like this as it is easy enough for them to see you have been making useful contributions to the community and have had at least a talk account plenty of time before the cut-off date.
 

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Hi all,

I included some preliminary JSR 120 support. Actually it only provides the abstract classes so that the missing classes exception is gone. There is no functionality to send sms etc., but this rudimentary hack is enough to get UC Browser up and running.

Get the build of today (2012-05-05) at:
http://davy.preuveneers.be/phoneme/public/maemo/deb/

Cheers,
Davy
 

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Originally Posted by DavyP View Post
Hi all,

I included some preliminary JSR 120 support. Actually it only provides the abstract classes so that the missing classes exception is gone. There is no functionality to send sms etc., but this rudimentary hack is enough to get UC Browser up and running.

Get the build of today (2012-05-05) at:
http://davy.preuveneers.be/phoneme/public/maemo/deb/

Cheers,
Davy
Can you also add the missing classes that eBuddy is using?
pretty please
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#569
Originally Posted by HtheB View Post
Can you also add the missing classes that eBuddy is using?
pretty please
eBuddy requires JSR 234 (Advanced Media Supplements API), which
is fairly more complicated to add compared to JSR 120. I will see
what I can do.

Davy
 

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#570
Originally Posted by DavyP View Post
eBuddy requires JSR 234 (Advanced Media Supplements API), which
is fairly more complicated to add compared to JSR 120. I will see
what I can do.

Davy
After yet another even more dirty hack for adding a dummy implementation of JSR 234, eBuddy 1.5 seems to work. At least it starts, allows you to choose a language and then offers you to sign in (but I do not have an eBuddy account).

Try out the latest test build of today (2012-05-07) at:
http://davy.preuveneers.be/phoneme/public/maemo/deb/

Cheers,
Davy
 

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