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    What is the user agent of s60

    Hi all,
    I want user agent of s60 mobiles.any unique user agent is there for all s60 devices.
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    Re: What is the user agent of s60

    is it possible,same user agent for all s60 mobiles.
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    Sriramadasu.

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    Re: What is the user agent of s60

    Quote Originally Posted by sriramadasu View Post
    is it possible,same user agent for all s60 mobiles.
    AFIK it depends on the device browser, so may not be same.

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    Re: What is the user agent of s60

    browser means all s60 mobiles have default browser only na.
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    Re: What is the user agent of s60

    Different S60 devices have different browser and some have multiple browsers (at some point of time, even Nokia installed/provided multiple browsers on the same S60 device).

    So, there is no single S60 user-agent string to look for, and S60 devices can be using different versions of the original Nokia S60 browser, different versions of the newer Webkit based S60 open source software (OSS) browser, other vendor's browsers (Opera Mobile, Opera Mini, Access Netfront, etc.).

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    Re: What is the user agent of s60

    Hi,

    if you want to use HTTP headers "specific" for the mobile phone I advise you to take as many phones you can obtain - instal on them variouys browsers - as petrib mentioned. Most people uses Opera or built-in browser. Then install somewhere e.g. php script, which will be saving the HTTP headers from incoming GET request. Having this info you can for example optimalize your web page for requests comming from mobile phones - even if you will not catch 100% browser you can have 80-90% coverage.

    BR
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