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Midlets that DON'T work with the MiTAC Java Runtime!

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Found a cool midlet that DOESN'T work with the MiTAC Java Runtime?

That really sucks, share your sorrows here :)

If it does however, post it in the other topic!

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If you get an error with the permissions, I guess you can play with the libsecurity.policy file, and put everything in the untrusted domain for a test (I didn't try it, it's just an idea :wink:)

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Nice one Arisme, don't know why I didn't think of that!

I added the .sockets class to the untrusted area, and hey presto, IRC (albeit rather poor implementation of) on SPV :)

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street fighter II (loads but wont play), puzzlebobble, bomberman, hangOn, Prince of Persia, Caveman, snake II , Siberian Strike, MotoGP (loading but hangs) and Pang don't work for me

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street fighter II (loads but wont play), puzzlebobble,  bomberman, hangOn, Prince of Persia, Caveman, snake II , Siberian Strike, MotoGP (loading but hangs) and Pang don't work for me

where'd u get those, mon?

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Uh, is it really worth it? I mean, installing Java games and apps for the Smartphone 2002? We have better apps and games in .exes and .cabs -- purely native code.

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@gladel

it's not actually installing... there's just only a emulator/launcher of the said java appplets...

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Tried J2ME VNC client from :

http://j2mevnc.sourceforge.net/

It starts but fails to connect to a remote machine running a vnc server

process. Gives the error "Connection Refused". I know the VNC

server is fine because I can connect to it using SmartVNC from my spv.

Still no working VNC solution for the SPV yet ;)

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laxity: "midlets that need to connect to the internet didn't have security permissions to do so, so they weren't working."

Have you tried to fix it:

1) Drag IPSMProgram FilesMIDPNGlibsecurity.policy to the desktop.

2) Open it in a text editor like notepad or wordpad.

3) add the line "allow: javax.microedition.io.Connector.socket" under the "domain: untrusted" entries.

4) Save the file and replace the one on your phone with the new file.

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Midlets that need to connect to the internet didn't have security permissions to do so, so they weren't working.

My Mitac Mio 8390 has DeltaMIDP 2 installed.

Policy file is located here:

StorageProgram FilesCoretekDeltaMIDP 2appdb_policy.txt

Add the line "allow: javax.microedition.io.Connector.socket" under the "domain: untrusted" entries.

Regards, Chris :)

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