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J2ME Access to Device Information

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Hi!

Is it somehow possible to access more device information with j2me than using System.getProperty()?

I would need infos like deviceType (e.g. SmartPhone), manufacturer of the mobile, operating system + version, maybe the mobile provider, etc.

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No.  You can't access this information from within a MIDlet.
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Ye syou can if the manufacturer allows it.
Using midlet.getAppProperty(variable that allowed by manuf.);
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