FaqJ2MEEmulators

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Where can I find emulators and SDK's for Java ME development?

Java ME emulators help developers test applications on multiple devices without actually having to acquire the actual hardware. Most UIQ emulator platforms can be easily registered within the IDE. Even non-UIQ emulators can registered with a bit of extra work. Instructions about adding and changing MIDP emulator platforms in the IDE can be found in the MIDP Quick Start Guide. Information about installing CDC emulator platforms can be found in the CDC Emulator Platform Setup Guide.

The Sun Java Wireless Toolkit/Java ME SDK 3.0 is bundled in the Java ME installation of the IDE and also available through the Tools > Plugins > Available Plugins menu. Note that the Wireless Toolkit is not bundled with the Mac OS or Solaris distributions of the IDE. (more)

Once they are installed and registered in the IDE, the following mobile phone emulators allow you to test your applications on a variety of target devices using NetBeans. Note that the following links may require registration for download:

Motorola Java ME SDK v6.4 for Motorola OS Products

(download)

Nokia Series 40 SDKs for Symbian OS

(download)

Nokia Series 60 SDKs for Symbian OS

(download)

Sony Ericsson SDK 2.2.4 for the Java ME platform

(download)

Samsung Java SDK

(download)

Blackberry Java Development Environment

(download)

MPowerplayer for Mac OS X

(download)

Microemulator Platform for Solaris, Mac OS X and Linux

(download)


Java ME SDK 3.0 Early Access for Mac OS X

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