Here are the current translations from the JavaHz mailing list:
Apparent problem with setting Label color, solved using getColorName().
Question about whether there is some way to do PNG image rotation/flipping in the MIDP API. Answer: basically no, and workarounds will be frustrating.
Asked: what's a good way to manage the scratchpad as a cache where data ages out every three months? Suggested answer.
The maker of the iMELODY2000 site has some problems us of the ezplus media player, and asked for help with that, or some Java workaround. Answered.
MediaManager.getSound() problems and ADPCM; the ADPCM format is deprecated as bulky.
Announcement of J-Phone API release, and a link to it.
Wrangling with ASP parameter passing and verification, particularly with 'Para="id="' style.
A comment about some game engine, a comment on an apparently-missing message #1427, following up on the J-Phone API release message.
An admittedly-basic, and not openly answered, question about kanji input on keitai.
A question about charging for downloads from Au phones, and a link to a CGI example.
Problem with downloading to P503iS, seemingly related to lastModified dates, might be network problems, not clearly resolved.
Unexpected index-out-of-bounds exception with the i-JADE scratchpad.
Problems with converting EUC to SJIS, pointers to versions of PHP that might solve the problem, for versions 3 and 4.
Frustration with image scrolling using Panel, and some workarounds using Canvas and TextBox.
JavaHz finally catches up to an earlier question about how to play loops from iAppli.
Experimentation with ADF (Application Descriptor File) parameter passing, with remarks on N,D,F device dependencies.
Some questions about what you get back from System.getProperty("microedition.platform"); some comments about glitchy clocks as well.
Problems with losing signal and re-establishing the connection.
An off-line meeting announcement, some links to sources about a role-playing game construction kit for iAppli.
The NEC N503iS is announced. With great enthusiasm.
Where to get the current ezplus documentation, plus a run-down on differences.
Problems with playing melody files in a loop, addressed in later postings.
BLINK tags on the F503i hang up another hapless developer.
A problem with i-JADE and Component display colors for labels, etc.
Registry problems with DoJa on Win ME?
SO503i chokes on key barrages; maybe handling these with threads isn't such a good idea?
Announcement of new ezplus release from KDDI.
An apparent bug in the JavaBlender compression tool and/or i-JADE.
Device dependencies in handling events using shortTimer.
Problems with input capacity in Panel?
Serialization problems with key barrage input solved.
iAppli history log access system -- see URL.
What are Japanese JavaPhone programmers reading, and what to they recommend?
Write a cool iAppli, gain wealth and fame.
A question about what emulators are available.
IOException on HTTP communications with P503i.
More than you ever wanted to know about PNG color transparency.
Beginner question on scrolling on the N503i
Problems with GADek emulator and JavaBlender.
Key barrage sound effects and AudioPresenter
P503i chokes on larger GIFs.
A correction to a message suggesting a fix for problems with ListBox.
Some useful comments and links about making i-Mode melody files.
Seeking volunteers for testing iAppli on various devices -- prizes awarded.
Problems with D503i and POST.
F503i seems to handle character string substitution poorly.
N503i doesn't show all lines request in ListBox display (in emulation)
Key buffering problem solved in a way that won't handle key barrages.
Update on meeting: GigaAppli's payment can also be done via "GigaHarai" ["GigaPay"]
D503i POST fails (works with GET, though); but somebody gets it to work, it seems.
Threads deprecated for switching between Panel and Canvas on a keystroke.
"Toy" StreamTokenizer implemented for string-splitting.
Announcement of a meeting, speakers, place, etc.
HttpConnection, setRequestProperty and BASIC registration.
Melody files, ADPCM device-dependencies, and a useful link to melody-hacking tools.