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  1. #1
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    Aug 2011

    J2ME app not connecting with smart card on Nokia C1-01

    Objective: Now we are using Nokia C1-01 handset which is supporting Satsa APDU package(required to connect with sim card) and we are trying to connect with sim card

    Issue: but on the Nokia display screen following error message is flashing
    "Application access set to not allowed".

    Exploration: To Resolve the above issue we explored the below settings regarding the application access on handset:
    1. Select the application
    2. Press the "options" choice.
    3. There is menu having an item App. Access
    4. In the "Application access" menu there is an item Data access
    5. In the "Data access" menu there is an item Smart Card.
    6. In the "Smart Card" menu there is only one option "Not allowed" is enabled, rest of options are disabled and we don't have rights to enable the other options.
    Please suggest any solution to resolve this issue, can we change this settings if yes, then how?

  2. #2
    Nokia Developer Moderator
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Oslo, Norway

    Re: J2ME app not connecting with smart card on Nokia C1-01

    You can get some ideas about Java permissions from the Wiki: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...curity_Domains

  3. #3
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    Join Date
    Mar 2003

    Re: J2ME app not connecting with smart card on Nokia C1-01

    Or differently stated, your MIDlet must be signed, and be (at least) a trusted 3rd party (domain). More about this, in the wiki. If you go for the Ovi Store, Nokia does the (Java Verified) certification for you for free. For the testing phase, you can add/hack a new certificate authority into your phone. If that is too much of trouble, go for VeriSign for the start because Thawte will not work with Samsung devices.

  4. #4
    Super Contributor
    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    USA, CA

    Re: J2ME app not connecting with smart card on Nokia C1-01

    And for other SATSA API related security issues, read the Appendix A and B in the SATSA API specification.
    In short, You need at least 3rd party signature
    Accessing SIM app toolkit requires operator/manufacturer signing
    You also need to have the proper entries in the access control list on the SIM card.


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