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GASP project (GAming Services Platform) deals with middleware solutions to support Multiplayer Mobile Games (MMG) and Multiplayer Ubiquitous Games (MUGs), that implement and extends the Open Mobile Alliance GS specifications.
Java mobile IRC-client (J2ME) jmIrc is a J2ME MIDlet allowing ie. cell phone owners to use IRC wirelessly. It should work on any device supporting MIDP 1.0 and also supports connecting through HTTP proxy server on phones that don't support the Java socket API. All files are free software and thus GPL'd including the proxy code
The main purpose of this program is to connect to a bluetooth GPS receiver and log the data to a file. This program also uses NFC technology to make some tasks a bit simpler. This program was created with usability in skydiving environment in mind. Ie. it should be as simple as possible to start ... [More]
MidpSSH is an SSH and Telnet client for MIDP 1.0 / 2.0 (J2ME) devices such as Java(tm)-capable cellphones and other mobile devices.
GTMobile is a client of Google Talk that run on java phones. Current release has been tested under SUN WTK 2.5beta. It requires CLDC 1.1 and MIDP 2.0 support. Such phones like Nokia N70, Moto E680, SE W800, etc. GTMobile can automatically resize for any size of screen but not tested on real phones ... [More]
MiniME is a light weight J2ME library that let you build game and advanced UI. MiniME features: a resource manager to easily import and use Image and Text. event manager to ease communication between view and different component of the library. a set a predefined UI component, such as Label ... [More]
Home automation software that allows a mobile phone that supports the MIDP 2.0 framework to interact with a media library and consumer electronics such as sound systems.
mobile-fanfou is a simple app that can send public msg to fanfou.com using your phone which support J2ME.
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)