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How to launch the J2ME application in background on rebooting the handset?

Posted on 2009-05-07
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I have  developed an application which will be launching on the reception of SMS using registerConnection() method from PushRegistry Class. Also scheduled an alarm using registerAlarm at an specified time, it launching the application without any issues. But my requirement is application should be launched in background on rebooting the handset. Is there any way using J2ME, If so kindly let us know.

Awaiting for your response. Thanks in advance.




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