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Oracle® Java ME Embedded Device Access API Guide
Release 3.4
E35134-03
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Preface

This document describes the Device Access APIs of the Oracle Java ME Embedded product. The Device Access APIs contain classes and interfaces for communicating with peripherals that are connected to an embedded development board using one of several communication buses.

Audience

This document focuses on providing information and guidelines for ISV engineers who want to communicate with peripheral devices. Together with this document, ISV Java ME engineers should have access to the Oracle Java ME Embedded SDK, a compatible IDE, and an embedded development board or appropriate emulator.

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Related Documentation

For a complete list of documents included with the Oracle Java ME Embedded software, see the Release Notes.

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