running google mobile applications?
Juan Lucas Dominguez Rubio
jldominguez at prodevelop.es
Sun May 17 20:16:38 CEST 2009
is a midlet (JME-CLDC), so you cannot start it as you would do with a JSE or JME-CDC application.
In this page there are instructions to start a midlet on Phoneme Advanced:
(bottom of page)
Perhaps you can adapt those instructions to your Linux device. Also, unzip that jar file and have a look at the manifest.
De: community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org en nombre de Francesc Romà i Frigolé
Enviado el: dom 17/05/2009 18:40
Para: community at lists.openmoko.org
Asunto: running google mobile applications?
I'd like to run the gmail java application in my moko. Has anybody tried that?
I couldn't download the application from the freerunner itself ( woosh, midori and dillo2 all failed) so I found this link and downloaded the .jar with wget:
I don't know much about java but after reading this http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Java#Status_on_Openmoko I figured out I needed to install a java ME, so I added the jailmo repositories as explaned here https://wiki.evolvis.org/jalimo/index.php/Packages#OpenMoko and then installed phoneME like this:
opkg -force-depends install phoneme-advanced-foundation
but when I try to run the application I get the following errors:
$ cvm -jar gmail-g.jar
-jar: Could not find Main-Class manifest attribute
Another possibility would be to run the new web application "for android and iPhone", but is there any browser for moko that supports HTML5 or gears?
I'm using SHR testing.
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