Flashlight (Java) - Flashlight keeps your phone's backlight turned on and toggles between on, flashing colors, and off.
# 1=on / flashing / off
# 2=show this
# Colors [Hold down keys]:
* 4=turn up red
* 5=turn up green
* 6=turn up blue
* 7=turn down red
* 8=turn down green
* 9=turn down blue
# Max red green and blue is white
This program will help you store all of your passwords on your J2ME/MIDP capable phone using one master password. With one master password, you wont have to remember all of your secret information (such as logins, credit card numbers, bank account)
Saferoom MIDlet - The Saferoom mobile application is a database for your passwords and usernames. Nowadays it is very common for a regular people to have multiple user accounts for tens of different services
Torch MIDlet - The Torch is an application that renders a blank, white form on the device's screen so that you can use it as a torch or a flashlight. This requires that your device's screen has a backlight
Secret Codes is a tool to save passwords on the phone. SecretCodes stores encrypted databases that may be used for a single topic. Every database is made by a set of records. Every record is made by a key and a set of values. It is possible to backup and restore those records to/from a PC. The initial screen shows all the available databases plus help and about options
NXT Symbian - NXT Symbian allows you to control the Lego Mindstorms kit from a Java enabled mobile phone.
Just put the nxt-g program called remotec (this is just an example) in your brick and NXTSymbian.jar in your cellphone.
Don't forget to activate the bluetooth in your cellphone