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Manually Install Java Midlet to Module

Tutorial, January 12, 2017 - 10:38am, 2057 views

This is a FAQ, here is one possible way for developer:

1.      Test if your project compiles, and better if it can run, via the IDE

Test your project via the IDE

2.      When you are satisfied with the project, locate “Application Descriptor” and open it.

Find Application Descriptor

 

3.      Navigate to “Create package” and click it

Create package

 

4.      Output the compiled project

Output the compiled project 

5.      Navigate to “deployed” folder to check if new files generated

Check “deployed” folder

 

6.      The actual “deployed” directory is on the Eclipse Workspace directory, if not changed from Java CD Setup process, it’s in “C:\Users\Public\Eclipse\Workspace\AtCmdDemo\deployed\IMP_NG_EHS5_REMOTE1” for this case:

Actual “deployed” directory

 

7.      Open Windows Explorer, find the “Module” icon

Find MES Icon

 

8.      Before left click the Module icon, right click to configure it

Config MES before Use

 

9.      Check the available EHSx USB COM port from “Device Manager”, choose COM Port5 for this case

Choose COM Port

 

10.  Now you can left click on “Module” icon to open it, you’ll see a Module Disk (A:) as a Disk for you to access

Module Disk (A:)

 

11.  Left click on the “Module Disk (A:)”, you can manage the EHSx Flash File System now, in this case it’s empty

Access Module FFS

 

12.  Copy the JAD/JAR files from deployed directory to “Module Disk (A:)”

Copy JAD/JAR files

 

13.  Now you can follow Java User Guide section 9.3, to manually install the Java program via AT^SJAM command.

Manually Install & Run

 

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