Calibrator How fast is your phone? What special features does it have? This application tells you!
JSR 272 Mobile Broadcast Service API JSR 278 Resource Management API
v1.3 - 29 June 2006 Small RMS fix and mms,udp,ftp,screen protocols recognition added
v1.4 Sep 2006 Minor format fix
v1.5 RMS max size recognised
v1.6 Jan 2007 New JSR recognised:
JSR 271 Mobile Information Device Profile 3
JSR 280 XML API for JavaTM ME
JSR 281 IMS Services API
JSR 287 Scalable 2D Vector Graphics API 2.0 for Java ME
JSR 293 Location API 2.0
v1.7 Aug 2007 New JSR recognised:
JSR 279 Service Connection API for JavaTM ME
JSR 290 JavaTM Language & XML User Interface Markup Integration
JSR 297 Mobile 3D Graphics API 2.0
JSR 298 Telematics API for JavaTM ME
v1.71 Sep 2007
Small patch in the library recognition
v1.8 Jan 2008
New properties recognised
v1.8 Apr 2008
New SE properties recognised
v1.9 Jul 2008
Sprint Extensions API 2.1 & 2.2 added
v2.0 Aug 2008
In-Fusio EGE API & SNAP Mobile API recognition added
v3.0 Sept 2008
CalibratorNew added - 5 versions
•CalibratorNew.jar - All MIDP 2.0 phones
•CalibratorNew_BT.jar - MIDP Phones with JSR 82
•CalibratorNew_J3D.jar - MIDP Phones with JSR 184
•CalibratorNew_J3D_BT.jar - phones with both JSR 82 and JSR 184
•CalibratorNew_BLACKBERRY.jar - Blackberry phones
The old versions are still in use, and a new interface is being built.
v3.0 Jan 2009
Minor fixes. The new edition shows full results in your phone's browser.
v3.0 May 2009
New version added - Sensors JSR 256 edition. This version is only available on a handful of the latest Sony Ericsson and LG phones - [http://www.mobilade.com/ml/mobile-apps/App-Utility/0g69kw8gk]
v4.0 Jan 2011
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What's New in This Release:
· Fixed a NullPointerException in midletui
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FPC Bench is a complete test tool to test performance and features
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JBenchmark ACE software is free to download and once started, reveals the type of processor, clock speed and profiles the Java Virtual Machine (VM) used in that mobile device
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The source is open, without any copyright, so you're free to do what you like with it, as long as you acknowledge me in the 'About' Alert
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1. Image manipulation (RGB data manipulation and drawing)
2. Text drawing
3. Gaming scene (Sprites and Layers)
4. 3D transformation (Shaded 3D polygons)