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    This is all homebrew...

    I know that java can run on the phone. Also, Palm has "services" running that are native, non-javascript apps that can be interacted with via an interface "this.controller.serviceRequest". How would I put my java app on the phone and make it available for a service call like that?
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    only commandline stuff can be done via a java service, no gui support.

    As long as you don't mind limiting the app to the homebrew-for-life club, you can create your out jar with a LunaServiceThread.

    Take a look at the Accel Service for reference
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Robitaille View Post
    only commandline stuff can be done via a java service, no gui support.

    As long as you don't mind limiting the app to the homebrew-for-life club, you can create your out jar with a LunaServiceThread.

    Take a look at the Accel Service for reference
    Thanks!

    Is there a specific place in a device's folder structure that I have to place it?

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