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Strange problem: WAP connection with J2ME  RSS feed

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I met a strange problem: I tried to connect my application J2ME by HTTP( to my server:
I made the tests on two type of mobile T630 de Sonyericsson and the N-pledge of Nokia. I configured WAP GPRS for the two mobiles.
here are the results:
- With the browser implemented in the mobiles I could browsered by WAP either mobile (T630 and N-Gage) and either operator (Vodafone in France and Orange in France).

- On the other hand with my application J2ME I am able to connect me by HTTP to my server either mobile (T630 and N-Gage) with the operator Orange.

On the other hand with operator Vodafone(in France ) I could only with the N-gage of Nokia and not with T630 of Sony Ericsson.

I don't have no explanation for my problem.

Share with me your experience.

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