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OpenWIG is an attempt to develop a j2me mobile application (midlet) with same capabilities as Wherigo player. It achieves this by implementing Lua extensions used in Wherigo source files.
Trek Logger is a location tracker and logger for MIDP 2, JSR 179 enabled phones. It was inspired by the Trailguru iPhone App and tries to offer similar features: * Real time information about the current trail * Export to GPX files on the device as well as onto the web
METwit is a Twitter client on Java ME MIDlet(MIDP2.0/CLDP1.0) It isn't use game api and use only basic and lcd api.
Simple J2ME MIDP/CLDC client for famous social-networking service sharing user-music data. Uses Audioscrobbler API (XML/RSS) data and remote (ie) PHP-driven gate which minimalize requested data (UTF8 XML => ASCII CSV conversion).
Free and Open Source 'Lode Runner' Game for Mobile Phones (J2ME MIDlet) Clone of the original Apple II version Both 'LodeRunner' and 'LoderRunner Championship' versions are supported (300 levels total) Source is heavily commented Tested with Nokia phone MIDP 2.0 (should be easily portable to MIDP 1.0)
What is it about?ChickenWarrior , is an attempt to make a j2me mobile game completely in GNU/Linux Environment using the Netbeans Mobility pack. Motivating FactorMost of the Java ME developments happens in the Windows platforms. In fact, most of the Mobile Content Developers depends on this ... [More]
With this MIDlet you can power on your computer remotely. It has multiple profiles; on each profile you can specify: a host name (IP or DNS name) a port the MAC address of the computer to power ON how many times to send the WOL Magic Packet (for busy networks) an optional password It's ... [More]
GPS data logging midlet with extra features for Java MIDP2 Phones that support JSR-82 (Bluetooth API), JSR-75 (Filesystem access) and JSR-179 (Location API).
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