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added: 19-Oct-2004
With the MIDP 2.0 Media API, you can add sound to your games and other applications, playing tones, tone sequences, and different kinds of audio in MIDP devices.

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added: 14-Mar-2005
Comparisons of the multimedia features of MIDP2.0, MMAPI and JSR234

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added: 8-Jan-2004
The following sample Java iApplication for imode phones, provides a simple interface for starting and stopping a soundclip from an imode cell phone.

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added: 1-Aug-2004
This guide will help software developers create working FX on Nokia, Motorola, Sharp, Sagem and Sony mobile devices. Full-code examples for each device for playing melodies,wave-audio,and vibration.

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added: 26-Jul-2004
The Mobile Media APIs provide a rich and extensible framework for playing and capturing a wide variety of media on mobile devices. Includes information about interacting with sound through J2ME MIDP2.0.

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added: 4-Apr-2005
Article introduces several key points and give example programs related to sound playback, with emphasis on managing playback state using a MediaListener object.

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added: 23-Jul-2003
The Java Mobile Media API (MMAPI) provides a powerful, flexible, and simple interface to multimedia capabilities. It exposes a clean interface for playing and recording audio and video data.

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added: 13-Sep-2005
JLayerME is the J2ME-oriented version of JLayer. GPL library for CDC and CLDC.

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added: 12-Apr-2005
54 page PDF about MIDP2.0 sound and music control for midlets. Code examples include playing tones, tone sequences, playing WAV files, and creating sound interface controls.

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added: 17-Apr-2006
PDF Document from forum.nokia that demonstrates the Mobile Media API (JSR-135) by playing audio and video clips. In addition, the MIDlet shows how to check the MMAPI support on a device by using system properties.

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added: 25-Apr-2005
Article on using NECs sound extension for J2ME.

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added: 9-Apr-2003
This design document describes the structure and logic of the Tones example MIDlet application. This example uses Nokia UI API.

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added: 20-Sep-2005
Tutorial shows, how to use the MMAPI of J2ME to record and play recorded sounds on mobile phones.

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