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    Re: JavaVerified & PushRegistry

    What I have been told (by a Nokia rep) is that on the Series 40 phones, it is not possible to start the app without a prompt. The "Auto-Start" setting are ignored, so the "Always Allowed" doesn't do...
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    Re: JavaVerified & PushRegistry

    So have any of you been able to launch an application without a prompt? How did you do it and what settings were set? What carrier was used? At this point I would just like to see it work even on...
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    Re: JavaVerified & PushRegistry

    T-Mobile. Should that make a difference?
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    Re: JavaVerified & PushRegistry

    What do you mean by operator? I have tried to get the application to launch with a Verisign signature and a JavaVerified signature. I cannot get it to launch without a prompt.
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    Re: JavaVerified & PushRegistry

    Here is what I have in the JAD file. I have the receive SMS set. The application does receive the SMS and process it correctly, it just gives me a prompt at startup that I was told I should be able...
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    Re: How to send sms through my j2me application

    You can send SMS from the 3220. I have an app that does it and have been using that phone model.


    public class SMSObject implements Runnable {

    String message;
    String phoneNumber;
    ...
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    Re: JavaVerified & PushRegistry

    I am using series 40 MIDP 2.0 phones. When I set the Auto-Start setting to "Always Allowed" I still get a prompt to start the app when I use either a SMS PushRegistry event or set an Alarm to launch...
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    What does Auto-Start Do?

    Hi,

    I am working on an app that I would like to start using the PushRegistry. I have signed the app so I am able to set the Auto-Start setting to "Always Allowed". However, when this is set I...
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    JavaVerified & PushRegistry

    The folks as Nokia.Testing@nokia.com told me the following

    "You have received correct information. In Javaverified you can get your application signed to trusted domain and that will enable for...
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    Re: JavaVerified Help!! App doesn't run

    The solution is to remove the JavaVerified signature. That is not an option because the whole point in this case of getting the JavaVerified signature is to access additional funcionality made...
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    Re: JavaVerified Help!! App doesn't run

    Actually, my phone does seem to have the UTI certificate. Any ideas?
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    Re: JavaVerified Help!! App doesn't run

    There was nothing in the manual. Is there a place on-line I should check?
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    Re: JavaVerified Help!! App doesn't run

    I don't know how to check for it. In the Setting / Security menu there are the following options:

    PIN code request
    Fixed dialing
    Security Level
    Access Codes
    Code in Use

    None of these seem...
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    JavaVerified Help!! App doesn't run

    I have an app that was running fine. It was signed using a Verisign signature. I then had it JavaVerfied. It passed but the app they downloaded to me doesn't run on the phone. I tried installing it...
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    Re: some silly questions

    3. No
    5. No
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    Re: PushRegistry / Socket / 6230

    It is a mechanism for auto-starting a MIDlet suite. MIDlets can be added to the PushRegistry in the JAD file or programatically. The PushRegistry can launch MIDlets in two ways: an alarm can be set...
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    Re: Execute upon Power On

    There are two methods of using the PushRegistry.

    One is to add a PushRegistry entry to the JAD file. This will specify that the MIDlet should be launched opon some communication event. I have...
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    Connector.open used to work, now doesn't

    I am using two 3220 phones with different MIDlets on them. One MIDlet listens for SMS messages by calling Connector.open ("sms..."). It was working for a while, not all of a sudden I am getting an...
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    PauseApp

    I am attempting to get my MIDlet JavaVerified. To do this, the app must go into a paused state when an incoming call is received. However, even though my application cancels all threads in the...
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    Determine start method

    Is there a way to determine if the MIDlet was started via user command vs PushRegistry (SMS) vs PushRegistry (Alarm)?
    Thanks,
    John
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    Re: Execute upon Power On

    Simple answer.... No. If you search the forum you will see tons of posts asking this question. So far I have not ever seen an affirative answer. The best bet is using the PushRegistry.
    John
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    Re: Multiple Alerts

    Can you programmatically dismiss an Alert? If so, how?
  23. Compile error using Ant. StringBuilder not found.

    I am using Eclipse to develop a MIDlet. I have successfully used Ant to build MIDlet before however I recently switch computers and had to reinstall everything. Now Ant gives me a StringBuilder class...
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    Re: Multiple Alerts

    You could set up a queue of Alerts in a TimerTask class and start a Timer to display each one. Once all the alerts are displayed the TimerTask could cancel the Timer and cause the default screen to...
  25. Re: Please HELP! Push Registry on signed MIDlet

    What it? I found out that to use the Push registry in a signed MIDlet, you have to specify that permission in the manifest and JAD files. Also signing does work.
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