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HttpConnection Problems

 
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First, have you ever used the javax.microedition.io class on a mobile phone (I dont mean emulator, I mean real phone). The problem is I used HttpConnection Interface with InputStream and It works fine on the emulator but after downloading it, When I get to the point of connecting with the server I get this error on my phone (Service Not Available).
I guess this prob is from my phone because the reply is too spontaneous to be from the server, besides it is displayed like my phone's default error message.

Second, I am able to download the app on my LG g7100 but not so with Nokia, I was able to download other apps on the nokia but if I want to download my app it asks me to select folder (But it download other java apps straight to the collections folder without asking) and
whatever folder I specify (I can not access the collections folder from here), I get "file not supported error". The problem I guess is bcos I was not able to download to the collections folder on the phone.

Please I will be grateful if you can help me out
 
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What phone are you using? A series 40 ?
 
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