There are many QR code readers out in the market and each of them are made for different types of mobile phones. Snapmaze, a Malaysian-based company, recently launched their QR Code Reader made for J2ME MIDP 2.0 enabled mobile phone. QR Code is a popular form of data matrix system that allows you to encode all types of information
For those who have recently bought QR Code enabled mobile phones, they’re most probably built with its own QR Code Reader. With older phones, you may have to download a third-party application like Snapmaze in order for you to use your phone to read QR Codes.
To download and use the QR Code reader, all you have to do is to install it into your mobile phone and you can do it via your mobile phone’s browser (automatically into your mobile phone) or download it into your personal computer or laptop before transferring the file into your mobile phone via direct connection.
How to download the QR Code reader from Snapmaze….
Set your mobile phone’s browser into action and type out http://www.mobile.snapmaze/jar. Once you’re there, you’ll be given instructions on how to download their snapmaze QR Code reader that is contained within the snapmzereader.jad file.
Well, not everyone want to risk downloading bad stuff into their mobile phones and have better protection on their desktops or laptops so, for those of you who want to download it into their PC first, go to the snapmaze website and download both the barcodereader.jad and barcodereader.jad file. You’ve got to install the QR Code reader into your PC first and activate it before opening the file and transferring it into your computer.
Other free QR Code readers
Most QR Code barcode readers are completely free of charge. For instance, you get choose the KAYWA QR Code reader, Nokia QR Code reader, i-nigma Reader, Active Print QR Code Reder, UpCode QR Code reader, Quickmark QR Code reader, etc.
Once again, if you’re planning to purchase a new phone and want to make sure that you have a ready-to-use QR Code reader, ask the sales person and test it out before swiping your credit card. Most modern phones today comes with their own QR Code readers.
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