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Offline 9T96T9

Senior Newbie





« Posted 2007-01-18 16:28:37 »

Hi!

Im kinda beginner in JAVA and have some questions regarding
programs on mobile phones through J2ME.

The program is kind of a simulator or a game.
It's about taking care of a pet from its day born...(Tamaguchi-like game)

And i want my pet to Alarm me everyday to say,
Gud am, gud pm, and gud night every nth time...

I also wanted my pet to learn talking through my daily
messages i received in my phone...

Also, i wanted my pet to learn singing through the mp3's
saved in my phone...

Is it possible to access my phone memory and be use it
on my game?

Is it also possible to make an alarm even if the game isn't
activated?

Is it also possible to draw on the desktop of your cellphone?

Will my project be so ambitious for a beginner?Huh?

Sorry if the detailing is kinda poor. I have difficulty
using ENGLISH...

I want advices from those who already made like this..
And from those experts in J2ME..

Please, need  an expert..

Thnx!!
Offline shmoove

Junior Member




Doh!


« Reply #1 - Posted 2007-01-26 11:24:00 »

And i want my pet to Alarm me everyday to say,
Gud am, gud pm, and gud night every nth time...

Is it also possible to make an alarm even if the game isn't
activated?
With MIDP 2.0 phones, yes. Using the Push Registry.

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I also wanted my pet to learn talking through my daily
messages i received in my phone...
I'm not sure what you mean there.

Quote
Also, i wanted my pet to learn singing through the mp3's
saved in my phone...

Is it possible to access my phone memory and be use it
on my game?
If the phone supports JSR 75, yes.

Quote
Is it also possible to draw on the desktop of your cellphone?
Yes.

Quote
Will my project be so ambitious for a beginner?Huh?
Yes. You know what they say: start with tic tac toe, move up to pong, etc.

shmoove
Offline 9T96T9

Senior Newbie





« Reply #2 - Posted 2007-01-30 23:57:52 »



Many Tanx...... ^_^
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