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  1. #1
    Lars Lindstrom
    Guest
    Hi there.

    How do I go about getting a java midlet, consisting of a jad and a jar file,
    into to my phone (Nokia 3100) without a cable?

    My plan was to create a wap page and then uploading the files there and then
    downloading them with the phone. This doesn't work. The phone won't
    recognize the files. It just gives the error message "invalid file".

    Do I need to combine the files into one or something?

    Lars





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  2. #2
    Mickerob
    Guest

    Re: Downloading of Java midlets?

    No you need to add the mime type to the server to make it work.

    "Lars Lindstrom" <[email protected]_THIS_WHEN_SENDINGhotmail.com> wrote in
    message news[email protected]
    > Hi there.
    >
    > How do I go about getting a java midlet, consisting of a jad and a jar

    file,
    > into to my phone (Nokia 3100) without a cable?
    >
    > My plan was to create a wap page and then uploading the files there and

    then
    > downloading them with the phone. This doesn't work. The phone won't
    > recognize the files. It just gives the error message "invalid file".
    >
    > Do I need to combine the files into one or something?
    >
    > Lars
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Tero Lehto
    Guest

    Re: Downloading of Java midlets?

    Mickerob wrote:
    > No you need to add the mime type to the server to make it work.



    And they are the following:

    JAR: application/java-archive
    JAD: text/vnd.sun.j2me.app-descriptor

    If the website is hosted by a service provider they might be willing to add
    these to their server conifiguration. It's also good to check that the JAD
    file has the correct path to the JAR file. If they are in the same folder,
    it's very simple:

    MIDlet-Jar-URL: NoName.jar (where NoName.jar is the file name of the JAR
    archive)

    --
    Tero Lehto
    http://lehto.net/tero/





  4. #4
    Jennifer Carter
    Guest

    Re: Downloading of Java midlets?

    Does it accept Bluetooth?

    Maybe the file is corrupt?

    "Lars Lindstrom" <[email protected]_THIS_WHEN_SENDINGhotmail.com> wrote in
    message news[email protected]
    > Hi there.
    >
    > How do I go about getting a java midlet, consisting of a jad and a jar

    file,
    > into to my phone (Nokia 3100) without a cable?
    >
    > My plan was to create a wap page and then uploading the files there and

    then
    > downloading them with the phone. This doesn't work. The phone won't
    > recognize the files. It just gives the error message "invalid file".
    >
    > Do I need to combine the files into one or something?
    >
    > Lars
    >
    >






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