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    New Java Forum

    I recently made a switch to PCS phones with Telus and brought up an idea to Howard about a Jave forum. Each carrier uses it for their music players and various other programs. I found it painful to search for java apps because there are different manufacturers and different carriers therefore programs could be in either forum. So I was hoping this would be a place for any and all java apps created by members or any LEGALLY extracted programs to load on various phones.


    I personally am looking for a new music player because my carrier default is crap

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    I should also add i think it would be a great place for developers to post their programs and get feedback and donations.

    im sure a lot of us would appreciate it especially those on carrier like telus/sprint/verizon carriers notorious for locking down phones

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    Good idea i cant wait to see what will show up here

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    there is a bunch of apps on a site called getjar all legit,
    hey riley try a java music player called "glass player" it worked good on my lg vu wich is a regular phone

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjmedina
    there is a bunch of apps on a site called getjar all legit,
    hey riley try a java music player called "glass player" it worked good on my lg vu wich is a regular phone

    thanks ill have a look is there an equalizer function. the volume is terribly low on my lg env2 and coming from an iden phone its hard to get used to

    its wayyyyyyyyyy too low using a2dp headphones. on the subway it drowns out my music. when i had my iden phone i wouldnt even have ti at the max and my music was louder

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    Java applications are portable three billion machines run Java applications. Now Java has become a popular programming language for micro electronic devices. Java is a rich programming language which is totally object oriented.

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