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  1. #1
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    Is there a way to remove the user prompt when you use platformrequest?

    Hi

    I'm using a signed build of my app for the Nokia N95. Whenever it launches the browser with platformrequest I get a user prompt asking for permission use the network and send or receive data.

    Is there a way to get rid of this prompt?

    Thanks

  2. #2
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    Re: Is there a way to remove the user prompt when you use platformrequest?

    Hello slacker,

    the basis for this is defined by the MIDP 2.0 spec as follows:

    "platformRequest(String)
    ...
    Many of the ways this method will be used could have a financial impact to the user (e.g. transferring data through a wireless network, or initiating a voice call). Therefore the platform MUST ask the user to explicitly acknowlege each request before the action is taken."

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    r2j7
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