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If it ever happened that You have been creating some app for an outdated feature phone that runs Java ME, You probably considered using LWUIT lib just to make Your life easier. Yes, I have been coding for some fossil devices and using some prehistoric technologies that everybody is starting to forget… Well how funny may it sound a coding experience is an experience while someone is paying for it :) . While developing this application I have faced some issues when customer decided that the standard physical keyboard of the device that we were developing for has to support some Danish specific symbols. First idea that shoots right to your brain is that the tester hasn’t changed language on the device. This will not help. LWUIT also features a very nice and customizable on screen keyboard but what can You do when device has only a numeric keypad? After some investigations through trial an error I have found an answer that is quite simple but I was stunned that nobody has written about it (or maybe Google has censorship for LWUIT intel). Anyway if You have faced such problems and cannot make the physical keyboard speak characters like Æ, Ø or Å I hope my description will help

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