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  1. #1
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    Start Midlet using PushRegistry.RegisterAlarm

    I developed an alarm based app using PushRegistry.RegisterAlarm to set the alarm. I tested the app on a nokia C3 but instead of the app running by itself when the time is up, it asks the user whether to run the app. Any ideas on how to set the app to start by itself without first asking for permission from the user?
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  2. #2
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    Re: Start Midlet using PushRegistry.RegisterAlarm

    Hello euniceadu,

    and welcome to Nokia Developer Discussion Boards!

    It is possible to configure the application to launch without the prompting.

    For that however, the application needs to be signed with a 3rd party certificate like Thawte and Verisign, and after that the end-user needs to configure the application manually by selecting Application access -> Auto-start -> Always allowed.

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