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Old 06-20-2005, 05:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Exists some way to run symbian applications on my BB? Emulators? Convert Apps?

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No.

They're completely different platforms.

Note that you may be able to run J2ME/MIDP2.0 applications that work on Symbian devices (series60/80/90 and UIQ) but are not native Symbian binaries.
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No.

They're completely different platforms.

Note that you may be able to run J2ME/MIDP2.0 applications that work on Symbian devices (series60/80/90 and UIQ) but are not native Symbian binaries.
Yes I know that are different platforms but I thought in a possible simulator.
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If you need to run Symbian applications, you may consider BlackBerry Connect on a Sony Ericsson P910, or other email solution. The BlackBerry has a really lousey UI in general and the API doesn't seem to allow for much improvement by third-party application developers.
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I don't need it, but it would be interesting. I will investigate the symbian binaries.
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