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Nextel phones: How download a application java on them? Help me

 
Ould Nadif
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Hi all,

I would like download a application Java (j2me) by OTA on my Nextel phone (i860).So far I couldn't on Nextel phone (i860) whereas my page (.xhtml or .wml of download works fine with (motoral 525, sonny Erricsson T630, Nokia 3650, Siemen SX1 etc...).

Are there some things about Nextel phone to know in order to download java application by OTA?

Help me

OULD NADIF
 
Ould Nadif
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I would like bring more information:

I created a J2ME application for a customer and they have a problem downloading this application OTA using a wml page that links to a .jad file (that refers to a .jar file).

The reported error they get when they select the .jad link is "406 Not
Acceptable"

My content types for the wml, jad, and jar are correct.
The web server, after receiving the request shows this in the log:

x.x.x.x - - [10/Mar/2004:12:39:52 -0500] "GET
/customers/xxx/xxx.jad?1078940379 HTTP/1.1" 200 422 "-"
"MOT-A-0A/00.04 UP.Browser/4.1.27a1 UP.Link/4.2.3.5c"

So the response code sent was a 200, not a 406, so I am assuming thats
a client side error in seeing the mime types.

Like I said, my mime types are correct, anyone have any hints on this
or did Nextel disable using OTA for the i730?
 
Ould Nadif
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I am locked.
Is there anyone in this forum who already used Nextel's phone in order to download a J2ME appliation?
 
p syme
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Nextel phones don't support OTA provisioning, unless you go through the special "Download Apps" application. Go to http://develop.nextel.com for details, but the short story is that you have two options:

1) Get the "Java Application Loader" program and a cable to plug into your PC
2) Use the "Moblie Application Manager" web site to provision via the "Download Apps" application.

Details are on the previously mentioned web site.
 
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Thank you for your help.
I was able to resolve the problem following your advice.

OULD
 
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