My MIDlet connects to an http server to retrieve data. It is well tested on several emulators and other hw-devices. The 7560 (HW-Device, not the emulator) refuses to connect and shows strange behaviour after the attempt to connect (most, but not all commands seem to be disabled).
Several postings in this forum seem to conform with my experiences. Does anyone know if it is a version problem and if it makes sense to downgrad from v 3.12. to an older version?
Or does anyone know a workaround to the problem?
I would suggest trying a MIDlet that is known to work on the Nokia 7650 to see if the problem is with your connection settings, your MIDlet, or your server. I helped develop Reqwireless WebViewer, an HTML Web browser that works well on the Nokia 7650; it would make a good test for you.
We have had many Nokia 7650 users who received a rather strange error message ("Application closed jes-2f8-ConnectionsEventServer@1...KERN-EXEC 3" when trying to make an HTTP connection using WebViewer. The solution for these users was to use a normal Web connection instead of a WAP connection, and to set their gateway IP to 0.0.0.0.
Another issue with the Nokia 7650 is that it will, depending on the locale of the phone, send "HTTP/1,1" instead of "HTTP/1.1" in its requests. The Apache Web server rejects such HTTP requests. However, Tomcat seems to handle these requests fine.
HttpConnection works fine(is fully functional) on the Nokia 7650. Try downloading "Coolaz Comics Nokia 7650 v.1.0.4" from http://www.midletcentral.com under the applications category. Futhermore all applications by this vendor targeted for the 7650 work with HttpConnections both with the old and new firmware.
Have experienced the same thing. it randomly crashes all threads. This i have only seen when using CSD. When using GPRS it behaves totally different. Same problems experienced with 3.18
the thing is that the app can run ( performing many repeated requests ) for along while, and then suddenyl crash. Without throwing any exceptions. This happens at random intervals and is not related to the data sent.