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Native C/C++ dev for cell phones

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Greetings I have a requirement to develop mobile application on low-end cell phones which usually do not support J2ME MIDP1/2 (e.g. SonyEricsson T23x). I need to use native C/C++, NOT BREW or Mophun (!). For flamers: I know, it's a low level, painful development, but J2ME is not less painful ;) Can anybody give me some information about tools for C++ development on SonyErricson (non-Symbian)/ Nokia (Series 40) / Motorola. Another very important question is: will it be possible to provision C++ thru common providers in Americas/Europe as they do it for J2ME/Breqw/Mophun applications? I'm asking on this forum in hope to meet a person with such or relevant experience. Thanks a lot!

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Can anybody give me some information about tools for C++ development on SonyErricson (non-Symbian)/ Nokia (Series 40) / Motorola.

The olny ones that can do that ar e Sony Ericsson/Nokia/Motorola.

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Another very important question is: will it be possible to provision C++ thru common providers in Americas/Europe as they do it for J2ME/Breqw/Mophun applications?

No. The only way to distribute an application like that would be if you have some way to pre-install it on the phones before they are sold.

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