Smart introduced the new mobile messenger “Uzzap”

July 7, 2008 at 2:50 am (Mobile, Uncategorized)

Yesterday, Smart introduced the new mobile messenger called “Uzzap”. It includes sms capability, sending emails, login to your yahoo and msn acoount, and unique chatrooms. It also has a feature called auto buddy matching where it loads your phonebook and search your contacts if they are already uzzap buddies. Uzzap has a lot of features. You can also personalize your uzzap. You can change your status, go on silent mode, change themes and more! You can also group your buddies. It also has search bar that can search your contacts easily. This uzzap is the most useful messenger.

Uzzap is a pc-pc, pc-phone and vice versa mobile messenger. Click here to download uzzap or text UZZAP send to 7272.

Go to for more details.

Main Menu of Uzzap

Users Manual:

You can install it in symbian, java phones, linux, windows xp and windows vista.

How to set your gprs using smart simcard:
Key in SET GPRS and send to 211.
Example: If you have a Nokia 6230, that’s “SET MMS N6230”
To activate SMART GPRS:
Key in “GPRS ON” and send to “333″

Benifits of Uzzap:
1. Unlimited Chat
2. Send Email
3. Connect to Yahoo
4. Connect to MSN
5. Send SMS
6. Auto Buddy Matching
7. Can store your phonebook contacts
8. Public Chatrooms
9. Private Chatrooms
10. GSM Call ( available on 3rd edition phones)
and many more..
Anywhere,anytime you can chat your friends easily.

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Send Message in J2ME

May 7, 2008 at 5:14 am (Mobile, Uncategorized)

Sample code for sending a message using J2ME: You can send message with or without port.

MessageConnection smsconn = null;

try {

/** Open the message connection. */

smsconn = (MessageConnection);

TextMessage txtmessage =





} catch (Throwable t) {



if (smsconn != null) {

try {


} catch (IOException ioe) {

System.out.println(“Closing connection caught: “);




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Start the Midlet when New Message arrived

May 7, 2008 at 5:07 am (Mobile, Programming, Uncategorized)

If you want your midlet to start when incoming message arrived, the message should be sent with specific port where your midlet is listening.

Your jad file should look like this
MIDlet-Jar-URL: MyMidlet-0.0.1.jar
MIDlet-Jar-Size: 556255
MIDlet-Name: MyMidlet
MIDlet-Vendor: 3rd Brand Pte Ltd.
MIDlet-Version: 0.0.1
MIDlet-1: com.MyMidlet
MIDlet-Push-1: sms://:5000,MyMidlet,*
MIDlet-PortNumber: 5000

But your midlet does not automatically start when new message arrive.. It will ask you if you want to start your midlet.

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Writing J2ME Application in Linux

April 30, 2008 at 2:23 am (Mobile, Programming, Uncategorized)

If you’re going to create a mobile game application better use j2me.. But if you’re mobile application runs in a background better used symbian c++.
Quick Start for setting up your workspace..
1. Install eclipse in synaptic manager for your IDE. Why choose eclipse? Simple and easy to use.
2. You need to have the Java Development Kit (JDK) and the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit (WTK) installed on your system. Click here for installation tutorial
3. Install JDK Sun Java Standard Edition (SE) Downloads .
4. After setting up all the installers, you can now create a simple Hello World.

Creating a project:
1 Choose File – > New -> Project
2. New Poject window will appear. Select J2ME Midlet suite then click Next. Type the name of your project. Example HelloWorld Select which Device your going to use. Then click Finish.
3. On the project explorer pane, right click the name of your project.Select New – > Package. Type the name of your package.
4. After creating a package, right click it, select New -> File . Type your filename for example “”

Type this source code.
Create the file src/ with the following code:

// Sample adapted from
package com.hello
import javax.microedition.lcdui.*;
import javax.microedition.midlet.*;
public class HelloWorld
extends MIDlet
implements CommandListener
private Form mMainForm;
public HelloWorld()
mMainForm = new Form(“HelloWorld”);
mMainForm.append(new StringItem(null, “Hello, World!”));
mMainForm.addCommand(new Command(“Exit”, Command.EXIT, 0));
public void startApp()
{ Display.getDisplay(this).setCurrent(mMainForm); }
public void pauseApp() {}
public void destroyApp(boolean unconditional) {}
public void commandAction(Command c, Displayable s)
{ notifyDestroyed(); }

5. You can now run your HelloWorld midlet.
6. Creating the jar file. Right click the name of your project . Select J2ME then Create Package..

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