Getting Started with phoneME Feature Software (MR3)

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This guide contains the following sections:


This guide contains information for building and running the phoneME™ Feature software, an optimized Java™ Platform, Micro Edition stack based on Milestone Release 3 (MR3) of the phoneME Feature software project.

This guide allows you to take the following general steps:

Note: This document is part of the MR3 release of phoneME Feature software. The contents are subject to change at any time, based on community input and ongoing development.

Build Requirements

When building the phoneME Feature software, the machine where you setup your build environment and carry out the build instructions is called your build platform. The build platform is the machine where source code is installed, the compilers are run, and executable code is built. This executable code is then installed and run on a target platform.

The phoneME Feature software supports the following build platforms:

The phoneME Feature software supports the following target platforms:

Note: The phoneME Feature software also supports building on Linux for the ARM target platform. For more information on building for this platform (the Texas Instruments P2SAMPLE64-V6 board), see the Sun Java Wireless Client Software Build Guide.

Requirements for Building on a Windows x86 Platform

A Windows x86 target platform must meet the following requirements:

The following software is optional:

For more information on acquiring and installing Windows x86 build platform tools, see Setting Up the Windows x86 Build Environment.

Commercial Documentation

This guide provides only the minimal information needed to set up, build, and run the phoneME Feature software quickly, using only default settings for each implementation.

For additional information on any topic presented in this document, see the Sun Java Wireless Client Software Build Guide.

For more information about other phoneME Feature software topics, including porting, multitasking, using Adaptive User Interface Technology, and others, see the commercial documentation set.

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