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    Re: Send SMSs without user confirmation

    Hi Cassioli,

    in theory a similar approach could work for other protocols,too.

    Unfortunately at least the net-access might be something special since on S60v2 there will always be an "choose...
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    Re: Send SMSs without user confirmation

    Sorry for the long delay in answering. I haven't had much time these days.

    Let's look at what should work:

    1) Create a standard midlet.

    There's no need to import the xsms stuff. Just use...
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    Re: Send SMSs without user confirmation

    Hi,

    the trick is to first install the preverified MIDlet (with "sms:" or "xsms:" doesn't matter that much). This MIDlet must not contain the Protocol and SMSClientConnectionImpl classes.

    Then...
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    Re: Send SMSs without user confirmation

    Hi,

    you can simply do it as a ordinary Java project in NB and add kmidp20.zip to the classpath so all classes will compile.

    Then you only need the right MANIFEST.MF in meta-inf and the...
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    Re: Send SMSs without user confirmation

    Hi Cassioli,

    if I remeber it right the trick was not to run the preverifier on the jar and simply overwrite the JAR perviously installed midlet-file with the one containing the com.symbian.* stuff...
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    Re: Send SMSs without user confirmation

    Hi Cassioli,

    yes I'm the author of this hack.

    To compile you need to have "kmidp20.zip" from the Nokia Series_60_MIDP_SDK_2_1 (I guess an other version will do also) in your classpath.

    Don't...
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    Re: Retrieving name of village from midlet

    The location on the mainscreen sounds like it's published via CBS.

    On many devices (not on S60 2nd Edition) you can receive CBS messages via WMA.
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    Re: OBEX Server problem with 6230i but not N70

    I have had a similar problem. (But the Obex Server is an example done in C#).

    A workaround for me is to start my Obex Server and then start the built-in "Receive file" application. This...
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    Re: Auto choosing network

    I somewhere saw that the user can define an AP on S60 3rd Edition FP1 devices. The first device will be the N95, I guess.

    On older S60 devices you are out of luck.

    Björn
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    Re: idea for a new app (volunteers?)

    Well currently we can't write Screensavers with Java. (Some SE phones can use MIDlets as screensavers ... )

    You could use a timer (alarm) to regulary (e.g. every five minutes) startup the app,...
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    Re: std/err out (console) redirection tool?

    System.out redirector for S60 3rd Edition

    There's a small free tool for showing the System.out / System.err of running MIDlets.

    Look at:...
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    Re: GPS device for 3250

    I use a Holux GR230. It work's fine with the 3250 as it did with my 6600 and my 7610.

    Best Regards
    Björn
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    Re: Self-signed CA certificate

    I don't know how to solve the signing problem on that phone but maybe I have an idea how you could get the needed data into the phone:

    Could you split the application into two (or more) MIDlets?...
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    Re: want to create a simple GIS for Nokia 6600

    Well. You don't need JSR179 to get the location from a bluetooth GPS receiver if that's what you need. The 6600 has JSR84 (bluetooth API). That's enough to communicate with the bt-gps. Although it's...
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    Re: need help to develop movie from images

    Hi,

    I'm pretty sure you can do this. The only problem is that you will have to write the 3GP or MP4 encoder yourself. (Or find sources in Java and port them to JME).

    If you find any sources of...
  16. Re: Is it possible to call a phone number from phone book using java?

    Hi!

    As Gopal said you can also use a TextField set to TextField.PHONENUMBER. If the phone supports JTWI it must let you choose a number from the phonebook. If you want to read the phonebook...
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    Re: Get mobile phone number using j2me

    As far as I know the SMSC number doesn't change while roaming.

    This might (or might not) be what you need.

    By analysing the SMSC number you can also get the information which network operator...
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    Re: OBEX Programming

    I really thought it would help. I don't have another idea right now. Sorry.
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    Re: OBEX Programming

    Ok. What I wanted to say was:

    ___SERVER_______

    byte[] data=cMan.getResource(name); //got the data from a file
    DataOutputStream os=op.openDataOutputStream();
    System.out.println("Streaming...
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    Re: OBEX Programming

    Try sending smaller chunks of data, e.g.:

    ClientSession cs = (ClientSession) OBEXConnector.open(btUrl);
    HeaderSet hs = cs.connect(cs.createHeaderSet());
    ...
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    Re: OBEX Programming

    Please post some code to look at. Without code it's hard to guess what's wrong ...
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    Re: RTSP over Bluetooth

    It could work if your MIDlet includes a "proxy" that listens on the required ports and forwards everything via bluetooth to the PC and vice versa.

    Might be a lot of work but should be possible.
    ...
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    Re: Byte[] to string

    You could use:

    String s = new String(bytes);

    if you want to use the default encoding or:

    String s = new String(bytes, encoding);
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    Re: How To Create Sis File

    Hi,

    I tried this some time ago on a 6600 firmware 4.09.1 and it worked.

    Maybe it doesn't work anymore on newer phones. (I guess on the older models there were individual installers for JAD/JARs...
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    Re: How To Create Sis File

    Look at:

    http://www3.symbian.com/faq.nsf/0/2E2F00D52D2BF0D480256FAF003F920C?OpenDocument

    It's explained there in detail.
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