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I'm a mobile game developer and i'm trying to test my games on a Motorola V3 Razor, pretty phone, also a pain in the butt, after I finally managed to enable it to install java apps through a USB cable, It gives me a "application error" right at the end of the transfer. I checked the motocoder site and found that this error is caused by one of the following:
- Class references non-existent class or method (not likely) - Security Certificate verification failure (don't have one) - Checksum of JAR file is not equal to Checksum in MIDlet-JAR-SHA attribute (don't quite understand) - Application not authorized (huh?)
The midlet class referenced by the JAD is obviously there, It works perfectly on other devices, I dont have a security certificate (maybe that's the problem?) and the other two causes I dont really understand.
I read elsewhere that you should put some other Motorola specific attributes on the JAD, like:MIDlet-Data-Size,Mot-Program-Space-Requirement and Mot-Data-Space-Requirement, is this it?, and what do they mean? please, Im at a loss here.
Thanks for your help.
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