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    Question how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"

    hi
    can you tell me how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"
    for python application.
    plz tell me detail steps to execute it.
    i am using Nokia 6600.

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"

    anyone have used Start on boot registration API?????
    any one does know how to use it??
    if yes plz tell me ,,,i m waiting .bcoz its really very important for me.

    thanks in advance

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    Re: how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"

    Hey Sagars,
    Haven't done this thing before but ya got some link while searching for it, please have look at them,

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...ad.php?t=78408
    http://www.newlc.com/EzBoot.html

    If they (or they don't) work do tell here.
    IDEAS is all they need but still they think only Genius can give them that.

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    Re: how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"

    shubhendra thanks for ur reply .
    i am just checking the things.
    keep in contact here.
    Last edited by sagars; 2008-06-19 at 12:11.

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    Re: how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"

    hay
    finally i was able to boot my application using EZBOOT
    BUT BUT BUT BUT...
    after boot up it shows first window of my application and then nothing..
    WHY//??? pressing options does nothing pressing EXIT exits me from the application?
    what is going on??can any one ex[plain it to me??
    the same code works fine as SIS file or .PY file. but for boot up whats going wrong???

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    Re: how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"

    Hey Sagars could you please mail me your SIS or .py file (which ever suits you), i would like to check why is it not working.

    My email id -> shubhendra.singh{AT}yahoo{dot}co{dot}in
    IDEAS is all they need but still they think only Genius can give them that.

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    Re: how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"

    hi
    i have checked that Ezboot, boots calendar.app and other .app files from ROM. But when i try to open .app files from "C:\" drive (flash memory)
    it executes only first screen from that application(Title,Options,Exit).
    NO canvas text shown.
    what may be the problem?
    it is not my code problem since i also tried to execute python.app and other ready codes from mobilenin tutorial.
    does my PKG file should contain something else for C drive.
    please help.....

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    Re: how to use "START - ON -BOOT REGISTRATION API"

    Sagars, I agree there might not be any error in your code but i just wanted to test it with EzBoot.
    IDEAS is all they need but still they think only Genius can give them that.

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