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    Re: Self-Sign jar to make it trusted 3rd party app

    Either you move your target device to a S60 2nd Ed device or ask any of your Java Developer friends to Sign the App for you! I know its a crazy suggestion though..

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    Re: Self-Sign jar to make it trusted 3rd party app

    Quote Originally Posted by balagopalks View Post
    Either you move your target device to a S60 2nd Ed device or ask any of your Java Developer friends to Sign the App for you! I know its a crazy suggestion though..

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    Re: Self-Sign jar to make it trusted 3rd party app

    Quote Originally Posted by dabrainstabber View Post
    Will you be my Java Developer friend?
    Every one is a friend here! So dont worry, you will get lot of Java Developer friends here including me!

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    Re: Self-Sign jar to make it trusted 3rd party app

    Quote Originally Posted by dabrainstabber View Post
    I basically need read/write access to the filesystem without popups coming up everytime.
    That is JSR-75, permission ‘Read user data’ …
    Quote Originally Posted by dabrainstabber View Post
    I don't mind if it just came once at the beginning.
    … set to ‘Ask first time’.

    As you can see on the list of permissions of real devices, this is not possible for your Nokia N80 out-of-the-box. Again, either you hack it, or you go for a newer phone with a newer edition. If this is a MIDlet of yours, instead of JSR-75, have you considered RecordStore API?

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    Re: Self-Sign jar to make it trusted 3rd party app

    Quote Originally Posted by traud View Post
    That is JSR-75, permission ‘Read user data’ …… set to ‘Ask first time’.

    As you can see on the list of permissions of real devices, this is not possible for your Nokia N80 out-of-the-box. Again, either you hack it, or you go for a newer phone with a newer edition. If this is a MIDlet of yours, instead of JSR-75, have you considered RecordStore API?
    Hey, I've tried hacking it but to no avail, and I decided against RecordStore since my application takes advantages of a filesystem as opposed to a hash storage medium (for optimization). If you do have a potential way to 'hack' the device to allow this it would be much appreciated.

    Thanks for your response nonetheless.

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    Re: Self-Sign jar to make it trusted 3rd party app

    Quote Originally Posted by dabrainstabber View Post
    I decided against RecordStore since my application takes advantages of a filesystem as opposed to a hash storage medium (for optimization).
    If it is just for optimisation, I would go for RecordStore API. It is very fast and does not give you any trouble with permissions. If, only if you go for functionality (your user has a benefit in having files), then you should go for JSR-75.

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