I was wondering whether is possible to stop a midlet while it is running by invoking a proper method/function of the phoneME.
On the SJWC-2.0 doc I read something about native AMS, wich allows to stop, pause, resume and foreground a MIDlet suite.
Do someone know how to keep it working on PhoneME Feature?
How is it possible to include "runNams" in the compilation?
To enable Native AMS, please set "USE_NATIVE_AMS=true" when building MIDP.
Yes, I tried and it worked!
Now I have a open socket to receive inputs to stop, pause, resume, although something about installing midlets is quite different from before.
Is it available some specifical documentation about native AMS? Or does the sun-jwc-2.0's one is the only one?
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There is no any specific documentation about NAMS. Probably, more detailed description of important phoneME features (like native AMS) will be added into the existing documents in future releases of the product.
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