|public void||destroyMIDlet(javax.microedition.midlet.MIDlet midlet)|
Destroy the MIDlet given midlet. Return to the control to
AMS if there are no another active MIDlets in the
scheduled. This is a system callback which
allows a user to forcibly exit a running MIDlet in cases
where it is necessary (such as a rogue MIDlet which does
not provide exit capability).
|public void||pauseMIDlet(javax.microedition.midlet.MIDlet midlet)|
Pause the current foreground MIDlet and return to the
AMS or "selector" to possibly run another MIDlet in the
currently active suite. Currently, the RI does not support
running multiple MIDlets, but if it did, this system
callback would allow it. The listener should not deactivate
the display of the MIDlet.
|public void||startMIDlet(javax.microedition.midlet.MIDlet midlet)|
Start the currently suspended state. This is a result
of the underlying system returning control to MIDP.
Any previously paused foreground MIDlet will be restarted
and the Display will be refreshed. The listener should not activate
the display of the MIDlet since this will be done automatically.