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Is it possible to have a Java Applet run on a Motorola Q?
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by:objects
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should do, its running windows mobile 5.0 so u should just need a vm for that OS
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I can't seem to find a VM for the Motorola Q. Do you have any particular one in mind?
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not sure but check with personal java too...
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I need the Java to be a PIE "plug in"
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