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J2ME WIFI Detect

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Hi all, i manage to code some J2ME code to detect some signal coverage.

But the requirement is to detect the WIFI signal only.

i have browsed the URL, http://www.cuso4.be/projects/components/java/wifiapsearcherforwindowsmobile2003/ and notice i can't do that in Java.

Any ideas on this??
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JME does not support the "standard" network, nor WIFI detection, and, as you have read, you can't do that.

However, if wifi is already enabled, you can start a network connection with the standard Connector:

http://java.sun.com/javame/reference/apis/jsr216/javax/microedition/io/Connector.html

*Maybe* there are some vendor-specific extensions that support this feature (try looking to your phone manufacturer's website).
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