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BitTorrent client for JAVA enabled (MIDP) mobile phones.
MobIRC is the foundation of a cross platform IRC Client for mobile devices, based in Symbian Series 60 & 80, UIQ and Java. Work in progress :)
MobScheduler is a mobile calendar and scheduler resource for J2ME platform, integrated with web 2.0 Google's calendar platform based on its event concept.
Dots and Boxes game, also know as Dot and Lines, or just Boxes
The classical puzzle game Minesweeper adapted to mobile devices.
Mobile Connect is a tool used to enable connection of mobile devices supporting J2ME, or other Mobile Operating Systems like Symbian. It can use connection like BlueTooth to transfer data and connect or emulate functions like SMS messaging using PC conne
Mobile DC - A Direct Connect Client for Symbian OS 7.0 UIQ: Sony Ericsson P800/P900/P910 (Motorola A920/A925/(A1000) info on homepage). Written in Java and supports P2P (since v2.00) and contains most of the features you find in a regular DC-client
Mobile serious game about business consulting for students
MobLRC is client/server technology for remote control some of your favorite linux programs (like amarok and kaffeine) from your mobile phone. The communication is through mobile internet connection like GPRS.
We make the MNF. it means 'Mobile Network Framework'. It's purpose to make the mobile game in network easliy.
This project tries to supply some randomness extractors' implementations written in JavaME for further use in cryptographic mobile applications.
A Mobile UI API that provides all the functionalities of the Native UI implementation available on J2ME Midp Platform.
J2ME application that captures video from on-board camera of SymbianOS Series60 3rd ed. mobile devices. A snapshot can be captured and image processed by manipulation of RBG pixels before displaying.
This is an application to research a Vélib' station with available bikes or free parks. Includes maps to display the results and history handling. Uses kXML for XML parsing and Google Maps Mobile for geocoding, itinerary and maps generation.
The purpose of this project is to modify SmartEiffel to allow it to be used to create applications for mobile device platforms such as Symbian, BREW, and J2ME. Currently the codebase is based on SmartEiffel 1.0, but we are looking into moving over to Sma
MobileRss is a RSS aggregator for J2ME enabled mobile phones that support MIDP 2.0. It has the following features; Group RSS feeds into categories (eg. Sports, News etc) Add edit or delete those categories. Add edit or delete URLs Save RSS feed.
Moblogger MIDP2 (Moblogger2) is a mobile photo blogging application for J2ME devices, especially Camera phones that support J2ME MIDP2 and MMAPI specifications.
MoioChart is a Java library to draw function plots, bar graphs, pie graphs, etc. It can work with Swing, SWT, and SuperWaba (an open source Java-like environment for handhelds and smartphones).
An Offline Webpage Viewer to be used with multiple devices including PalmOS, PocketPC, Symbian OS, J2ME enabled mobiles and Sun Java supported platforms (etc. Windows,Linux,Unix,MacOS). It uses the Plucker format for saving data. Its code is based on the
This project is an attempt to implement Multiplayer Pacman game for J2ME environment using Bluetooth Stack (JSR-082).
Keep you costs on your mobile device. Quick add, edit, remove costs, multiple currencies, reports, filters.
This is a kit of applications that runs in NFC mobile phones, user can read information on tags that contains a path to play a multimedia object previously store in external memory. Useful for treasure hunt or outdoor activities.
This is a set of NFC applications that uses a common framework that interacts with the JSR 257. There are two application examples: NFCMuseum and Picking.
NORS is a platform for mobile-centric wireless sensing. Since July 2011, NORS is no longer supported due to the decline of MIDP-enabled smartphones. I've instead ported NORS onto Android as the Android Remote Sensing (AIRS) platform (see market)