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mShell

The easy way to program your smart phone. mShell helps to gain full control of its features and realize its potential.
Last Update: November 3rd 2008 | Version: | Rating: 4.00 | HID: 207480 | AAID: 18573

SuperWaba VM for PDAs and Smartphones (Palm OS and Windows CE)

SuperWaba is a VM for Palm OS, Windows CE, Pocket PC and Symbian. It also works in the desktop, where you can fully debug your application using any available Java debugger
Last Update: April 27th 2007 | Version: | Rating: 0.00 | HID: 206654 | AAID: 18401

SisBuilder

SisBuilder is a software component that developers can use in their applications and allows rebuilding of SIS files on-the-fly directly on the phone and sending to another device
Last Update: June 8th 2005 | Version: 5.72 | Rating: 5.00 | HID: 166650 | AAID: 1635


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