A question about how to read Nokia rms file.

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A question about how to read Nokia rms file. I need a tool that can possibly read rms file in a Nokia N70 mobile phone. I have many business travels nowadays and all I have to bring with me is my mobile phone device. I cannot bring with me my laptop and computer desktop, but still I need to open files such as rms. I need some help.

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Donna Davisess.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #164258

A question about how to read Nokia rms file.

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Hi,

Record Management System (RMS) file is basically an API wherein Java programs are stored in here. It is not a standard format and this is not readily available or supported by manufacturers. So I am quite sure you cannot open this in your Nokia phone, unless you convert the RMS file to something that is “readable” by your Nokia software.

I suggest that you write a program using Java Platform to export RMS file and convert it to “.text” file. It might be tedious but it would probably be worth-it if you really want to open your RMS files. Java Platform(ME) is a programming language that will run on mobile and embedded devices such as your phone.

What you do is install JavaME in your PC and start creating a exporting program. Once done, load it into your Nokia Phone and test your RMS file if it can be converted to “.text. file for you to read.

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Taylor

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #164259

A question about how to read Nokia rms file.

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The formats that their devices use, the manufacturers do not generally document the format because, RMS files have no standard format. Certainly the files are not intended for exchanging information with applications on their devices.

The main options for exchanging data between a J2ME application and a PC are:

1. Use the File Connection API to write a file in a format you choose.

2. Use the Bluetooth API (though, not on a 1680 – no BT).

3. Send data over-the-air using, for example, an Http Connection.

I hope this will help you,

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