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  1. Re: J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2, Netbeans 4.0 and jdk 1.4.2

    Create a new ME project. Copy the source files. Set a suitable configuration, or the NB 7.1 / ME 3.0 default configuration may suffice.

    I think you still haven't understood that GPS is a passive...
  2. Re: J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2, Netbeans 4.0 and jdk 1.4.2

    1. What NetBeans version generated that error, and did you install and/or activate the Java ME plugin, aka Mobility Pack?
    2. Did you create a new NetBeans project use some other approach to get...
  3. Re: J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2, Netbeans 4.0 and jdk 1.4.2

    Emulator. Not simulator. I'm guessing you don't know that when running on an emulator, everything about the device environment is emulated.

    Emulators are for testing code under emulated...
  4. Re: J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2, Netbeans 4.0 and jdk 1.4.2

    The WTK is a development tool, so it doesn't make sense to say that you have code that specifically requires that tool for it to run.

    Are you planning to develop software that is to run on a...
  5. Re: J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2, Netbeans 4.0 and jdk 1.4.2

    What's the problem with using the Java ME SDK, or NetBeans 7.1.1 with which it comes bundled?
    JAVA ME SDK DOWNLOAD

    Your post isn't clear. This --

    If the code is to run on a mobile device the...
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