SMS Salama is mobile phone Java application with which you can send and receive encrypted SMS.
Normally, SMS are transmitted as plain text, so any one with access to your operator's network may be able to obtain the contents of your message. Some operators may even allow their customer service
... [More] personnel to look into your messages.
With SMS Salama you are sure your message will only be seen by your intended recipient as long as the password used to encrypt it is a well kept secret between you two (and needless to say, it is strong enough).
Your SMS will be encrypted as it leaves your phone, ensuring that it can only be open by the password used to encrypt it when it reached its destination.
If you have a problem or would like to contribute, please join SMS Salama discussion group here: http://groups.google.com/group/sms-salama [Less]
The main purpose of this program is to connect to a bluetooth GPS receiver and log the data to a file. This program also uses NFC technology to make some tasks a bit simpler.
This program was created with usability in skydiving environment in mind. Ie. it should be as simple as possible to start
... [More] and stop logging and also view a chart of horizontal and vertical speeds right after the jump. [Less]
J4ME is an open source library to help build J2ME applications. It solves many of J2ME's shortcomings including:
UI that is professional looking and intuitive Logging, critical for debugging platform-specific problems GPS through the device and external Bluetooth pucks Library
... [More] of methods left out of J2ME double theta = MathFunc.atan2( 1.732050807569, Math.PI );
Who is it for?J4ME makes development faster and produces better looking applications so it is for nearly everyone. However it does require MIDP 2.0. Probably all phones released since 2006 support this.
The J4ME library has been tested on Sun's WTK, IBM's J9, BlackBerry, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung, and other phones. One customer has built a list of supported phones, but it is incomplete (add y [Less]
This is currently just a Mileage Calculator, but I intend to add Unit conversion functionality in the future.
Current State:Select from Miles/Kilometers (or both) Select from Litres/Gallons (or both) - (Either US-Gallons, or Imperial-Gallons, but NOT both) Choose how to display your mileage (any
... [More] or all of): # Litres per 100Kilometers # Miles per Gallon # Kilometers per Litre Screen ShotsMain Screen with all possible displays
Settings, turning off unwanted items
Main Screen, with just "Kilometers", "Litres" & "Litres Per 100Kilometers"
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This is a lightweight Java ME (J2ME) application that allows users to determine what APIs are supported by their phone.
It also allows a user to determine if a particular Class is in the JVMs classpath, this allows users to determine if APIs, other than the ones checked by default, are available
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RequirementsThe only Java ME APIs that should be REQUIRED for this app to run on your phone are:
CLDC 1.0 MIDP 1.0
And since these are the MINIMUM that a device must have in order to qualify as a Java ME (J2ME) device, it should run on EVERY one of them.
Screen ShotsThese Screen-Shots are from a K750 Emulator.
APIs CheckedThe current list of API's that are checked is:
Connected Limited Device Configuration(CLDC) 1.0 Connected Limited Device Configuration(CLDC) 1.1 Mobile Information Device Profile(MIDP) 1.0 Mobile Information Device Profile(MIDP) 2.0 JSR 66: RMI jsr75pim jsr75file JSR 82: Java APIs for Bluetooth jsr120 JSR 135: Mobile Media API 1.2 JSR 172: J2ME Web Services Specification JSR 177: Security and Trust Services APIs JSR 209: Advanced Graphics and User Interface JSR 211: Content Handler API JSR 219: Security JSR 239: Java Binding for the OpenGLÂ® ES
If you'd like any other API checked for, just add it to the Issues, and I'll set it up in the next version. [Less]