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Greetings to all,

I am really curious about the user interface. In the simulation enviroment, we are allways directed to the BREW application manager as the user interface. But you never see this interface in our every day to day phone. So tere must be a way to modify the app manager so it has a customized look.

Does anyone know how is this usualy done?

I thank you all in advance

I think "user interface" is designed by Phone manufactory, and we can't change it.
But I'm not sure your meaning of "user interface" :)

I think "user interface" is designed by Phone manufactory, and we can't change it.
But I'm not sure your meaning of "user interface" :)

Off the top of my head, I think the AppManager is just a normal application, so you could in principle write an app with the class CLSID and load it onto the phone.
Totally useless for a real environment, but fun to try in development...

Off the top of my head, I think the AppManager is just a normal application, so you could in principle write an app with the class CLSID and load it onto the phone.
Totally useless for a real environment, but fun to try in development...

BAM is a BREW Application with predefined classID(one can check in SDK Include directory for the same). One can write there own BAM but as "BenBlaukopf" said it will be useless for a real environment unless you are successful in implementing the BAM functionalities like downloading and managing Applications(Possible only if Qualcomm supplied their BAM source).

BAM is a BREW Application with predefined classID(one can check in SDK Include directory for the same). One can write there own BAM but as "BenBlaukopf" said it will be useless for a real environment unless you are successful in implementing the BAM functionalities like downloading and managing Applications(Possible only if Qualcomm supplied their BAM source).