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    Keeping an access point for the life of a MIDlet

    Hi everyone,

    I'm trying to write an application which maintains a socket connection to a server, but on series 60 devices every time network coverage is lost the "select access point" dialog is shown, and the connection can't be reestablished until the phone user makes his/her selection.

    Does anyone know if there is a way to stop this dialog reappearing? I know that the user must be prompted to choose the access point when the MIDlet starts, but wish the MIDlet didn't need to reprompt the user every time they lose network coverage.

    Adrian

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    Re: Keeping an access point for the life of a MIDlet

    hi Adrian,

    it could be Symbian OS behavior, I've got that many times with different application (all java based) no matter what type of connection was used (socket/http) when for any reason connection is broken (all caused outside of midlet - that is without api),
    it could be application manager that controls that behavior, I don't remember from my phone settings if it has an option that controls that behavior for data packets at all,

    regards,
    Peter

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