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  1. #1
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    jar size and mobile memory capacity.

    Hello Everybody,

    My application is of size 1MB, the mobile phone which i am going to deploy and work this application, must contain how much minimum memory capacity to run this application successfully(I am going to store some data in mobile through record store).

    thanking u,
    Gowri.

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    Re: jar size and mobile memory capacity.

    well there are several different memory related considerations :
    - some devices have a maximum regarding the JAR file itself
    - devices have specific maximums regarding Java heap available for a Java application
    - devices have specific maximums regarding RecordStores

    Most of these limitations you can find on :
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/matrix_all_1.html

    For example let's take a 6550 Classic :
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/6500_classic/

    Then have a look at Memory Functions and you will see :
    Maximum Heap Size 2 MB
    Maximum JAR Size 1 MB
    You can look it up for specific devices... You will also notice that most S60 devices have Unlimited as limit
    That's because the Java heap is adjusted dinamically according to the application's memory needs...

    For RMS memory restrictions you should search in this Forum cause that has been asked frequently...

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    Re: jar size and mobile memory capacity.

    Hello Gowri,

    the application size in question is not a problem for Symbian devices, however in Series 40 this can be an issue. For some of the latest Series 40 models, 1024k is the maximum size for a JAR file which can be installed, however most of the models (esp. including Series 40 Lite models) support only JAR files of 512k size => it's good to keep the size accordingly this limit in order to ensure maximum range of Series 40 devices.

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    r2j7
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    Re: jar size and mobile memory capacity.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger79 View Post
    well there are several different memory related considerations :
    - some devices have a maximum regarding the JAR file itself
    - devices have specific maximums regarding Java heap available for a Java application
    - devices have specific maximums regarding RecordStores

    Most of these limitations you can find on :
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/matrix_all_1.html

    For example let's take a 6550 Classic :
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/6500_classic/

    Then have a look at Memory Functions and you will see :
    Maximum Heap Size 2 MB
    Maximum JAR Size 1 MB
    You can look it up for specific devices... You will also notice that most S60 devices have Unlimited as limit
    That's because the Java heap is adjusted dinamically according to the application's memory needs...

    For RMS memory restrictions you should search in this Forum cause that has been asked frequently...
    hi,

    Thank u very much for this useful reply.

    Thanking u,
    Gowri.

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