I have Python 2.0 Runtime installed on Symbian S60v3. I created a simple application which uses sockets to connect to internet in python and turned it to .SIS file using Ensymble. When I start the application it automatically attempts to connect to network through default "Access point".
After it connects, I'm not able to able to change the access point through this code:
But if I don't let the application connect to a network on start-up then I'm able to use the selected "Access point". My questions are:
# select the default access point.
# return True if the selection was done or False if not
# returns a list of all the available access point ids and their names
aps = socket.access_points()
if not aps:
appuifw.note(u"No access points available", "error")
ap_labels = map(lambda x: x['name'], aps)
item = appuifw.popup_menu(ap_labels, u"Access points:")
# check if selection was made
if item is None:
# sets the default access point to be used when the socket is opened and starts the connection
Is it possible not to let the application automatically attempt to connect to Internet?
How can I switch Access points and turn those off which aren't in use?