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    Giving a program more rights...

    Hi,

    I have written a program in Java that makes photos in series.
    But on my N80 I'm asked after each photo if the program is allowed to access the photo data.
    Is there a possibility to give the program the right to access the photo data without asking the user? ...for example a security setting of my N80 or creating a certificate?

    Bye!

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    Re: Giving a program more rights...

    You can manually change the settings in the Application Manager to "ask once" for multimedia recording even for unsigned MIDlet. If you sign your MIDlet (with Thawte or Verisign certificate) the MIDlet gets "ask once" as default access and you can also change the settinsg to "always allowed"

    Hartti

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    Re: Giving a program more rights...

    Ok, thanks!

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