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How to download file from a server to mobile phone using http connection?
 
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Originally posted by Shierley Kencana:
How to download file from a server to mobile phone using http connection?


 
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Thanks for the answer. But I'm still confused. With that code is the file automatically saved to the phone?
 
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Originally posted by Shierley Kencana:
With that code is the file automatically saved to the phone?


No, you only get an InputStream to read bytes from (into memory). You have to deal with writing the byte[] into RMS (persistent storage) yourself.
I'd suggest investing into a J2ME book, but if you're not excited about spending $, you should browse the Web for specific articles. Good places to start would be at least:
  • http://www.microjava.com/articles (especially this for using RMS)
  • http://www.enterprisej2me.com/articles.php
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    Oh, forgot to add this article about J2ME networking from my bookmarks...
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