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  1. #1
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    HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large

    Hi,

    I try to trigger a download of a .mp3 file (a podcast) from a button. I tried every I way I know (
    window.open
    location.href
    a href
    and of course: mwl.loadURL
    ), but nothing helps.

    If anything, I get the HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large...

    Any chance to trigger the download?

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    Re: HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large

    Hi,

    This should be doable with a simple link or a mwl.loadURL.
    What version of the browser do you have installed and on what device?

    Tested a simple link to ~10MB .mp3 podcast file and download started nicely on x3-02 Browser 1.0.2.26.6.
    Worked as well with a PHP backend using copy & paste code from here
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...e-is-requested

    Br,
    Ilkka

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    Re: HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large

    At least for me, the following gives me the error:

    mwl.loadURL("http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ThisIsMyNextPodcast/~5/pdkRMsbxEj4/TIMNP_023.mp3");

    Using browser version 1.0.3.23.12 (C3-01), also tried it on a C2-01.

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    Re: HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large

    OK now I get the same error. That podcast is about 50MB..

    Ad-Hoc testing gave interesting results. 20MB seems to be the maximum file size supported.
    21MB file gave 413 Error.

    -Ilkka

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    Re: HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large

    Are there any plans to change this?

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    Re: HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large

    Hi, it' me again... Nokia is pushing the "Nokia Browser" into the firmwares of existing devices and into the new Asha line.... devices with 1Ghz, WIFI and capazitive touch screens. Don't you think, that someone who bought such a phone would like to be able to download bigger files? A 20 MB limit is pathetic, especially if the "Nokia Browser" is the only installed browser. Such limitations move perope to Opera. Please increase the size and answer me, are there at least plans to bump up the limit?

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    Re: HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large

    Hi,

    Currently there are no plans to change download limit, but I have forwarded your feedback to RnD. I'm sure that they will take it into consideration.
    Thank you for the feedback.

    Br,
    Ilkka

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    Re: HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large

    Dear All,

    I experience this HTTP Error 413: Request entity too large on Nokia Asha Web App Simulator when I tried to re-check my web apps.
    Actually it is already published on Nokia Store, so I presume the QA team didn't see this problem when examining my web apps.
    I tried to re-check the other web apps of mine. It runs very well.
    So I think the problem only happens with this particular web apps.

    I don't really understand about what is going on. Is it about my PC or is it all about the codes of that particular web apps. Do you have similar experience?

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