yup, though keep in mind, you can still use TMobile fabulous browser!Originally Posted by Mo JavaHeh, sadly I too have this nifty little phone (nokia 6101) from T-Mobile and tried to use OperaMini and Flurrymail and yet also get these same problems with not being able to alter the 'App. Access' since it's completely greyed out.
ditto the symptoms on my device, as well as cingular 6102, irritating, yes, no java will work.
If anyone, someday has one that works, that was sold by tmobile or cingular, post here please, as well as your firmware version
i.e. get it by *#0000#
So let me understand this, this is the case because these applications don't have the certificate? If so then would there be a way to uhh... lets say... put a certificate on there?
hartti is the guru...but I dont think it is that, I think the app access button, is somehow locked.
Certificate, just generally has to do with issues for code signing, correct hartti?
Although, tmobile and cingular, maybe had nokia twaek the OS for them, so if you were to install a javaverified app, it might work.
And the 6101's app. access is not an issue for anyone who actually have brought one that was non-branded?
I dont know if "the nokia employee" got to try it on anything other than a 6102, but seems to be true.
Guess T-Mobile don't want me to use their 5.99 internet service unless I get a more expensive phone from them