That's not what I was saying.. it is possible to be an "unofficial
developer" to put up J-Phone Java apps - just you can't use the SD card.
>From: "Tom Motoyoshi Kalland" <tmk_at_infeline.org>
>Subject: (keitai-l) Re: Last JSCL specification ...
>Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 09:46:31 +0530
>so one still needs to be some sort of official/licenced developer to put
>java apps on the j-phones? do you know if they got any intentions to open
>for homebrewed apps in the near future? if not, j-phone somewhat turns out
>boring despite all the technical features they fill their phones with. :/
>kddi/au has opened up, right? i remember it wasn't possible to put one's
>apps on them initially, but they said they were going to allow that in the
>future. do they allow that now?
>.tmk - not in japan at the moment... kinda like living in a cave.
> > On the SH51, my experience is you can only transfer downloaded apps from
> > phone to the card, not the other way around. A possible workaround for
> > lack of the latter is (my guess) if you're a JCSP (i.e. have access to
> > compression/app db manager software to put a new application image onto
> > card).
> > Regards
> > Michael.
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