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Mobile Cube Scrambler

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Inspired by the work by Doug Li on the RubiksJTimer upgrade of JNetCube i decided to have a go at a mobile version. This is the first public release and it only includes a scrambler at this time. I might try to do some timer stuff, lets see :)

You need a Java enabled mobile phone with support for MIDP 2.0.

Use the browser in your mobile phone and go to this URL:

http://m.cubing.dk/

ps. It's only been tested on Sony Ericsson T650 and W810 and the Nokia 6300, but it should run on almost every Java enabled mobile phone.
 
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Thanks for the updated version hr.Mohr ;)
Ive been one of the testers And now I can see the whole Megaminx scramble :D
Great scrambler for on the go.
I hope you do some more work to this hr.Mohr

Henrik
 

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Dae_Ja_Voo:

How is the HTC touch. I have the Wizard (I know its crap) With updated OSes from xdadevelopers.com. I love the today screen and HTC Home. If only I had enough money for a real version.


Works on my phone, although it won't work on other "standard" At&t 8125.


--EDIT--
Also, cold you add an average feature. I think that it wouldn't be too hard, and work really well.
 
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Thank you for your feedback, allways fun to hear that someone are using my programs :)

It's my first midlet, so i don't really know much about making it run on all phones. Sadly it's allways been a myth that Java runs everywhere.

I have a lot of ideas for the next versions, but i think i'll focus mainly on phone support, better code and new puzzles. If i still find it fun to code on this there might be some timer stuff.
 
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It works on a nokia 6630. I have been waiting for a long time a mobile version with timer and average . It's a good news to see this test ;)
 
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Using a Samsung Blackjack running windows mobile 5. (Not the Blackjack II)

Tried using address: http://m.cubing.dk/
No luck
Tried navigating directly to file http://m.cubing.dk/MobileCubeScrambler.jad Still no luck

I had to go to the site on my pc and download the zip file, and then transfer the .jar and .jad files over to my Blackjack using the usb cable. I was then able to install the app and it runs fine.
 
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I think a timer would be cool because if your in the car, or bus or even school you don't have a stackmat with you..
Anyway: it worked on the Sony Ericsson W200. The way I managed:
- on your pc, go to http://m.cubing.dk/
- click download
- unzip the files
- copy the .jad and .jar files to your phone
- in your phone, navigate to the files, and select "install"
you will then need to point to a folder where you want to install the application, and then you're done.
 
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