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  1. #1
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    Mobile Message on capturing

    hi all
    i'm developing an application to capture still images from the mobile's camera
    but when i capture the image the mobile displays a message that says that you are trying to access the camera. and i have to press yes every time the message is displayed
    is there is any way to avoid this ?
    thanks

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    Re: Mobile Message on capturing

    To avoid these permission messages, you have to sign your application

    Have a look at MIDP 2.0: Signed MIDlet Developer's Guide v2.0
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._0_en.pdf.html

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    Re: Mobile Message on capturing

    Thanks Gopel but the article speaks about signing from verisgn.com
    you must purchase a certificate
    do you know another way to do this for free
    thanks

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    Re: Mobile Message on capturing

    minasamy, the certificate (used in signing) has to be on the the device and on most devices you cannot add your own certificate in there. However this is possible on S60 2nd edition phones (should not be - it is a bug).
    And without signing you cannot change the multimedia recording setting to "always allowed", the best available setting is "ask first time"

    Hartti

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