I did it and got some petty interesting results. I thought that it was not possible to add a option like "Open with..." in Java mobiles. But, this 'chapi' thing is superb. And after using it I realised that there are many other default apps that are already using it. For eg:- 'Facebook, Twitter app, Picasa etc-2".
It's amazing how much capability these 'Java' Mobiles have.
Now, I have made 'Chapi' apps myself. Most of them are only working as links and not opening the pic or file on which we click.
This is the only app that's working perfectly: "Pro paint mobile" (See attachment)
I am trying to add chapi support to a file manager as well. But, it's only working as a link. i.e the app onens up but the file doesn't. I have tried this on 'Centurion, Mini commander, Blue ftp & Uni FM"
Out of these, I want to enable this support for 'Uni FM" because it's quite flexible & provides a lot of option to add new modules.
I am attaching a modified file. I have changed the 'Meta inf" info. And added support for 'pic' files. I need this browser to open those pic files just like in 'Pro Paint mobile".
MicroEdition-Handler-1: unifm.UniFM, image/jpeg image/png image/bmp image/gif, .jpg .png .bmp .gif,send, ru
Maybe I need the correct class for that function. I have tried different combinations. But, it's not working.
If there is a developer onboard then it would be great. I need your suggestion & ways to achieve the same.
Almost all apps can actually be made to support 'chapi'. But, only some works as real 'chapi' enabled apps.