NOKIA Internet Mobile Toolkit emulates wml/xhml browser that's almost
identical to the ' NOKIA' bowser.
There is also a hack, whereby it's possible to transmit data to a
NOKIA phone via a bluetooth connection. Sorry, I don't have details, I
know of someone that established this type of connectivity.
On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 02:03:29 +0000, Flight Sixteen
> I've been searching forums, mailing lists, and google for the last week but
> haven't found much on this topic. I was wondering if it's possible to get a
> phone (specifically AU's A5506T) to load wml/hdml/xhtml files stored locally
> on the phone. When I try file://myfile.wml it gives me a malformed url
> error. Is there _any_ way, even with a brew app, to do this? (I know Opera
> announced a full internet browser, but no dates have been given)
> If only the phone had a JVM...
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