US: T-Mobile plans
jseghers at cequint.com
Tue Jul 31 21:44:29 CEST 2007
No, it was definitely the SIM. Certain handsets with certain SIMs would not
download off our server (They would download the JAD, but not the JAR)--and
the JAR was being blocked, it wasn't a case of it downloading and then
refusing to install because of a bad certificate.
Changing the SIM would allow it to proceed.
Also, log into Samsung's developer boards and you will find commentary that
other developers were running into the same issue.
Eric Johnson wrote:
> Are you sure this wasn't a certificate issue on your jar file. I had no
> trouble downloading J2ME apps last year using T-Mobile US and my own web
> site. For some of the handsets you needed to hack the root certificate
> in the phone or in the Sprint case download a developer certificate to
> the phone.
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