Hi all, I have written an application which makes a basic http-get connection. It works on 6610 well but when I download it on the 7650, it asks for the connection type but it does not do any connection attempt. After a while I exit from the application and that time 7650 tries to make a GPRS connection. (a GPRS symbol (G) appears on the left-up side). but it is too late because there is no application opened on the device. Is something wrong with my 7650? Should I do something else like using treads on the http connection requests on 7650s? In http connections which connection type (which APN) should the application use? (wap over GPRS, circuit switch Wap or GPRS for Internet that we use to connect our PC to internet) Thanks...
Hi; There should not be a problem though..But I dont know whether there is a bug with the phone software you are currently using.
In http connections which connection type (which APN) should the application use? (wap over GPRS, circuit switch Wap or GPRS for Internet that we use to connect our PC to internet)
Well, J2ME applications are connection independent. If your default connection is CSD, it simply uses that bearer. That means your application does not depend on which bearer is selected. Just make sure that you have right wap configuration and your application is running correctly. APN's are just access nodes that your operator specifies for GPRS connections. Also make sure you that the selected node is accessible. Good luck, Ercan
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