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    Nokia X3-02 C++ TCP/IP Application

    Running a MoSync application that uses cellular network to send a TCP/IP message (80-100 bytes long) to a TCP/IP server.

    Connect time is constantly stand on about 5 minutes (minutes).

    When using the MoSync emulator it takes a split of second.

    I checked it on 2 different cellular networks with same results.

    Is there any kind of X3-02 setting that may cause that miserable performance?

    Thanks,

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    Re: Nokia X3-02 C++ TCP/IP Application

    Somehow I can not decode. You ask about C++ TCP/IP application, but the Nokia X3-02, https://www.developer.nokia.com/Devi...cations/X3-02/, supports Java only.
    It is possible to move this question to the Java boards if you like.

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    Re: Nokia X3-02 C++ TCP/IP Application

    Hi Wizard,
    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MoSync.
    Or http://www.mosync.com/
    Please advise if u still think it is bettern to move it....
    Thanks.

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    Re: Nokia X3-02 C++ TCP/IP Application

    @BluePixel, since you are trying in X3-02, it should be Java or Web Apps - you should better know if you are using a Java app or else.

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    Re: Nokia X3-02 C++ TCP/IP Application

    Hi Gopal,
    Thanks for your greeting.
    I'm using the multiplatform MoSync open product. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MoSync.
    Cant use WiFi since it must work with no WiFi coverage.
    Both networks i'm working with are 3G.
    Thanks,
    Blue

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    Re: Nokia X3-02 C++ TCP/IP Application

    Ok, now I see that it is transcribing C/C++ code to Java ByteCode. It is MoSync who really knows what their code is doing, and they appear to have a discussion Forum.
    (The two threads are merged now)

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    Re: Nokia X3-02 C++ TCP/IP Application

    Hi BluePixel! Welcome to Nokia Developer Discussion Boards!!

    Need more hints - are you in a 3G network or GPRS ? Have you tried with WiFi ?

    Regards
    Gopal

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    Nokia X3-02 TCP/IP Application

    Hi everybody,

    I'm a new comer here and that is my problem:

    Running a MoSync (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MoSync) application on X3-02 that uses cellular network to send a TCP/IP message (80-100 bytes long) to a TCP/IP server.

    Connect time is constantly stand on about 5 minutes (minutes).

    When using the MoSync emulator it takes a split of second.

    I checked it on 2 different 3G cellular networks with same results.

    Is there any kind of X3-02 setting that may cause that miserable performance?

    Thanks,

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