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    Question 6212 device : Push Registry on plain text

    Hi all,
    We're working with real life Nokia 6212 Classic devices (no emulator here). We have a Mifare card on which we've written some plain text (using urn:nfc:wkt:T).
    We've created a "reader" MIDlet to which we've added some static Push Registry (in the JAD file) to that URL :
    Our application is signed, uploaded & installed on the phone.
    Though, when the Mifare card is shown to the phone, the operating system reacts by displaying its own "note : do you want to save it?" message, & our application doesn't start.
    Is there any way to change the priority & define the fact that our MIDlet has priority over the OS own app ?
    Thanks for your help.

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    Hagenberg, Austria

    Re: 6212 device : Push Registry on plain text


    interesting. Could you check if this also happens with other record types that have predefined handlers (like urn:nfc:wkt:U)?

    So far, I have not experienced such behavior (but I have no 6212 here). Usually, overriding certain record types is either allowed or forbidden. This means, either your push registry entry passes the installation process and later overrides any predefined handlers or the istallation fails with a message like "invalid application" (e.g. with the smart poster RTD).

    Could you provide the full JAD file for this application?


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