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Can we read pdf file details in java supported handsets? If yes then how?

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f you use a Symbian phones, then you have lot of options available for reading Ebooks on different formats right from .txt,.doc,.pdf to .prc,.rgo etc etc etc. But when you have a Java enabled phone, then you are stuck with very limited options. You can have a java pdf reader like Zesium Mobile Pdf or MobilePDF Reader on your Java phone, but there are few drawbacks of using these, like These readers are paid and not free. These readers cannot open large PDF files (particularly in case of Nokia S40 phones which cannot open files larger than 1 MB). These support PDF format only. Also such readers don’t have many useful features like zooming text, jump to particular page etc. etc. So instead of trying to hunt for E Book reader in .JAR format, how about converting a book into a standalone JAR application so that the JAR application can be installed on your phone and you can read the E book without any reader! So, here are two FREEWARE Utilities that let you convert an E book into a JAR file.1)Tequila Cat E-book Reader and Converter: 2) mjBookMaker
Posted: 28-10-2011 @ 15:07:22
yes there is a jar software available for view pdf files in java phones, named mobile pdf viewer. it is available in www.kioskea.com, a free website
Posted: 16-08-2011 @ 15:05:02
Yes. Just press the left softkey and choose `file details'.
Posted: 02-08-2011 @ 13:23:09
YES, you can view pdf files in java phones using an app called 'mobilepdf reader'. It works in all kind of java enabled phones.
Posted: 02-08-2011 @ 09:53:53
f you use a Symbian phones, then you have lot of options available for reading Ebooks on different formats right from .txt,.doc,.pdf to .prc,.rgo etc etc etc. But when you have a Java enabled phone, then you are stuck with very limited options. You can have a java pdf reader like Zesium Mobile Pdf or MobilePDF Reader on your Java phone, but there are few drawbacks of using these, like These readers are paid and not free. These readers cannot open large PDF files (particularly in case of Nokia S40 phones which cannot open files larger than 1 MB). These support PDF format only. Also such readers don’t have many useful features like zooming text, jump to particular page etc. etc. So instead of trying to hunt for E Book reader in .JAR format, how about converting a book into a standalone JAR application so that the JAR application can be installed on your phone and you can read the E book without any reader! So, here are two FREEWARE Utilities that let you convert an E book into a JAR file.1)Tequila Cat E-book Reader and Converter: 2) mjBookMaker:
Posted: 02-08-2011 @ 08:40:10
yes. Your could download pdf reader for mobile by some java apps site like www.getjar.com
Posted: 01-08-2011 @ 22:22:14
there are various pdf readers available for java phones on www.getjar.com and www.mobile9.com,,,,,download them and use..
Posted: 01-08-2011 @ 21:53:47
Now-a-days, mobile isn’t used just for making calls. As Reliance India Mobile said long back that “Mobile is sometimes a mobile and sometimes a computer”, which is a reality now. It can be used for many constructive purposes & One of them being reading Ebooks. If you use a Symbian phones, then you have lot of options available for reading Ebooks on different formats right from .txt,.doc,.pdf to .prc,.rgo etc etc etc. But when you have a Java enabled phone, then you are stuck with very limited options. You can have a java pdf reader like Zesium Mobile Pdf or MobilePDF Reader on your Java phone, but there are few drawbacks of using these, like These readers are paid and not free. These readers cannot open large PDF files (particularly in case of Nokia S40 phones which cannot open files larger than 1 MB). These support PDF format only. Also such readers don’t have many useful features like zooming text, jump to particular page etc. etc. So instead of trying to hunt for E Book reader in .JAR format, how about converting a book into a standalone JAR application so that the JAR application can be installed on your phone and you can read the E book without any reader! (Please note that, we are talking about books in any format and not just .pdf books) Sounds cool eh? So, here are two FREEWARE Utilities that let you convert an E book into a JAR file.
Posted: 01-08-2011 @ 17:43:43
If you use a Symbian phones, then you have lot of options available for reading Ebooks on different formats right from .txt,.doc,.pdf to .prc,.rgo etc etc etc. But when you have a Java enabled phone, then you are stuck with very limited options. You can have a java pdf reader like Zesium Mobile Pdf or MobilePDF Reader on your Java phone, but there are few drawbacks of using these, like These readers are paid and not free. These readers cannot open large PDF files (particularly in case of Nokia S40 phones which cannot open files larger than 1 MB). These support PDF format only. Also such readers don’t have many useful features like zooming text, jump to particular page etc. etc. So instead of trying to hunt for E Book reader in .JAR format, how about converting a book into a standalone JAR application so that the JAR application can be installed on your phone and you can read the E book without any reader! two FREEWARE Utilities that let you convert an E book into a JAR file.1)Tequila Cat E-book Reader and Converter: 2) mjBookMaker:
Posted: 01-08-2011 @ 17:26:51
It is possible in java supported handsets after the installing of Adobe reader in handset
Posted: 01-08-2011 @ 17:00:13