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In general China Unicom has retricted many capabilities for untrusted 3rd party applications, including
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In general, China Unicom has disabled many capabilities for untrusted 3rd-party applications, including
 
* platformRequest()
 
* platformRequest()
 
* Network connections
 
* Network connections
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* UniJa Standby Mode
 
* UniJa Standby Mode
  
There is no trusted 3rd party domain.
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There is no trusted 3rd-party domain.
  
 
One has to sign the MIDlet with a certificate from China Unicom. This operator domain has full access to all APIs.
 
One has to sign the MIDlet with a certificate from China Unicom. This operator domain has full access to all APIs.
  
There is also a China Unicom testing certificate available, which is valid for 21 days. It is required to apply again when the 21 is exceeded.
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There is also a China Unicom testing certificate available, which is valid for 21 days. It is required to apply again when the validity period is exceeded.

Revision as of 09:32, 18 July 2012

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Created: hartti (20 Jul 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (18 Jul 2012)

In general, China Unicom has disabled many capabilities for untrusted 3rd-party applications, including

  • platformRequest()
  • Network connections
  • Messaging
  • PushRegistry
  • Local connectivity
  • PIM access (read and edit)
  • UniJa 3D Graphics
  • UniJa Standby Mode

There is no trusted 3rd-party domain.

One has to sign the MIDlet with a certificate from China Unicom. This operator domain has full access to all APIs.

There is also a China Unicom testing certificate available, which is valid for 21 days. It is required to apply again when the validity period is exceeded.

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