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Does PhoneMe Advanced MR1/MR2 support JSR82

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feng_tian
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I found that the features description of PhoneMe Advanced says it supports JSR82, but in the src file I can't find the JSR82 direcotory.
In PhoneMe Features I do find such JSR82 direcotory.
If I want to use PhoneMe Advanced, where can I get the package that support JSR82?
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Hinkmond Wong

Hi Feng Tian,

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> I found that the features description of PhoneMe Advanced says it supports JSR82, but in the src file I can't find the JSR82 direcotory.
> In PhoneMe Features I do find such JSR82 direcotory.
> If I want to use PhoneMe Advanced, where can I get the package that support JSR82?
> Thanks
>

I think you must mean this reference:

https://phoneme.dev.java.net/content/phoneme_advanced_r2.html

However, phoneME Advanced MR2 is an in-process release (it's more like
an on-going pre-alpha phase right now). We call MR2 a "PhoneME
Development" release currently, not a "Final Release" yet.

JSR 82 won't be in MR2 for a while yet, and it may be only a partial
implementation because of encumbrances.

Please keep watching this forum board or the MR2 announcements for
further developments of JSR 82 for pMEA MR2.

Thanks,

Hinkmond

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feng_tian
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Thanks, but I do want to use PhoneMe Advanced with bluetooth features, is it possible to use Jbluez in PhoneMe?

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Thanks, but I do want to use PhoneMe Advanced with bluetooth features, is it possible to use Jbluez in PhoneMe?

Yes, since pMEA is a subset of Java SE, JBlueZ should work. But
remember that since JBlueZ is not a Java ME standard, you will only be
able to run your bluetooth apps on phones that have pMEA and JBlueZ
pre-installed or you will have to distribute the JBlueZ libary yourself
along with your app.

That is more inconvenient that working with future commercial pMEA
phones that will ship with JSR 82 pre-installed, even though we don't
currently have it in our pMEA open source project. So, it depends what
you want to do in the future also.

Thanks,
Hinkmond

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feng_tian
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Thanks for your reply.

thanks
feng