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    Question Debugging application in java confusion

    Hi everybody,

    I'm going through the process of developing my first application for my shiny s60 phone (e71) and I'm a little confused as to how I do on-device debugging for a java application that I've written. I'm using eclipse as my IDE and I've used both the emulator and copied the program I'm writing over to the e71. However I'd really like to be able to debug the application whilst it's running on the phone. How do I do this?

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    Re: Debugging application in java confusion

    update: I have installed the ecmt manager on my phone, I am using the "easy wifi" option, however whenever I attempt to connect my ide over wifi I get an error saying that the device sent an invalid handshake, what do I do?

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    Re: Debugging application in java confusion

    Juarez Alvares Barbosa Junior - Brazil

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    Re: Debugging application in java confusion

    Quote Originally Posted by juarezjunior View Post
    I have checked the first article, however I have a 3rd edition phone, not 5th edition phone, the third edition fp1 sdk ships with a different version of the ecmt manager to the one referenced in the tutorial, can I install the fifth edition ecmt manager on my phone? If not what changes should I make to this tutorial to make it work on my phone?

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