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    Default Machiuke equivalent in J2ME

    Is there an equivalent function in Java the same as the Machiuke functionality of DoJa?

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    Care to explain what the Machiuke functionality of DoJa is?

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    Machiuke is a functionality that sets the phone to its standby mode. In standby mode, key presses are not allowed except for the key that sets it up back to the active mode.

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    A typical example of a machiuke application is a news agent. It constantly
    runs to automatically gather the latest information like news and stock prices
    by periodically accessing a server, and showing the information on the phone's display. By using the agent, users can get these latest information whenever they look at the display. If the agent targets location data, it also can provide the user with location-based information such as advertisements of surrounding shops.

    A "Machiuke" application

    What is a machiuke application?
    Machiuke, refers to the state in which a user can make a call or catch a
    call at any time. After a mobile phone is turned on, most of the time it is in
    the machiuke state.

    Standby is the common translation of machiuke. For example, standby is used in English catalogs like "the standby time of this phone is 180 hours".

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