JSR-232 (Mobile Operational Management) has now reach status proposed final draft.
"The specification is about creating a predictable management environment for mobile devices capable of installing, executing, profiling, updating, and removing Java and associated native components in the J2ME Connected Device Configuration."
If you read the interesting interview with MSA spec lead Asko Komsi, who is also Nokia's Director of Industry Relations, he talks about the future of mobile Java, you understand how important JSR-232 is for JSR-249 [Mobile Service Architecture Advanced].
In that interview you could read:
1) JSR 248 does not provide all the features enterprises need, mainly because JSR 248 defines a very static environment
2) JSR 249 is about a dynamic environment. With JSR 249, you can dynamically download new APIs to the handset. What APIs are available on the handset is no longer tied to that handset or even to what the MSA initiative can provide you with JSR 248. I think that [dynamic environment] is really what enterprises, and even consumer applications, will need in the future
3) From Nokia's perspective, we think that OSGI already offers us a lot of what we need, and it would provide an excellent framework for the dynamic environment we envision in JSR 249.
4) OSGI is not new to Java ME or to the JCP, because we already have JSR 232 [Mobile Operational Management], with Nokia and Motorola as the spec leads. From MSA's perspective, if we wanted to use OSGI, all we'd have to do would be to deploy JSR 232.
5) We anticipate that JSR 249 will exist in a draft version by the end of this year.