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I'm trying to figure out whether enough BREW devices will support our applications to make it worth while for us to start developing BREW versions of our apps.

I'm guessing that the "Device Matrix" or the “BREW device details” pages would give me the information I need to make that determination but I need to get 'authenticated' in order to access these pages.

I am happy to get authenticated, buy certificates, pay developers, etc., if we are going ahead, but I'm rather puzzled by the idea that I will have to spend money and time to get authenticated just to get this basic information. Maybe I misunderstanding the situation?

What I need to know is, which API's (bluetooth, sms, and positioning) are supported by which phones. Like the JSR's of the J2ME phones. How can I get this information?

Thanks.

Yes, Device details page on DX needs authentication.

Yes, Device details page on DX needs authentication.

Thanks for responding.
Ok, but before I get into that, let me ask this question here (if the answer is no then I don't have to bother).
I've noticed that there are now versions of BREW that support a reasonably good Bluetooth API. Do any BREW phones support that API yet?
Thanks,

Thanks for responding.
Ok, but before I get into that, let me ask this question here (if the answer is no then I don't have to bother).
I've noticed that there are now versions of BREW that support a reasonably good Bluetooth API. Do any BREW phones support that API yet?
Thanks,

There aren’t many operators that require the BT extension to be exposed. So I don’t expect many handsets with the BT extension enabled or advertised.

There aren’t many operators that require the BT extension to be exposed. So I don’t expect many handsets with the BT extension enabled or advertised.

adhudase wrote:There aren’t many operators that require the BT extension to be exposed. So I don’t expect many handsets with the BT extension enabled or advertised.
That is too bad, but thanks for letting me know.
Tom.

adhudase wrote:There aren’t many operators that require the BT extension to be exposed. So I don’t expect many handsets with the BT extension enabled or advertised.
That is too bad, but thanks for letting me know.
Tom.