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Old 03-02-2010, 11:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How much effort is it to port a working J2ME Midlet to Blackberry RIM?

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I have a working J2ME Midlet using much of "low level" graphic operations (e.g. painting buttons), which also runs on the Blackberry, so far everything is ok.

Now I would like to use some specific RIM features , e.g. RIM UI elements like buttons etc., but don't want to rewrite the complete code, to keep the effort at a minimum. Is there a best practice to do this, or a tutorial how to port a generic J2ME midlet to a Blackberry fixed RIM App? I couldn't find anyone.

Eclipse is already running with the "new" Blackberry Plugin. Unfortunately the Blackberry Bold 9000 Simulator starts up very slow, showing a progress bar. Is there a way to speed this up?
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