24 February 2006 · About 1 minute read

Bitten Bullet

On the back of today’s meeting, I’ve finally bitten the bullet and released the first tentative steps of Toupix for testing. The offer is currently open to MLA/DAT students:

My final project is a social J2ME application for mobile devices. Unfortunately, I’ve only been able to test it on one phone so far (SE K600/K608i) on which it is, at last, working. However, before I go much further with it, I’d like to ask if anyone would be willing to give up some spare minutes testing it on their phone/PDA.

The MIDlet is written for devices supporting MIDP2.0, Bluetooth and with a camera. If your device fits these criteria, then it might work. If you’re unsure, it might work anyway, so give it a go!

To be involved, please let me know your name, email and device make/model.

Being a social thing, the more people using it, the better! :)

For more information, visit www.chrisblunt.com or www.toupix.com.

At the moment, the test is just to see on which phones Toupix works. Hopefully, it’ll work on any MIDP2.0 device supporting JSR-82 and JSR-135, but experience tells me things could never be so simple…

Chris Blunt
Chris Blunt @cblunt
Chris is the founder of Plymouth Software. As well as code and business, he enjoys being a Dad, swimming, and the fine art of drinking tea.