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(keitai-l) Re: N73 question

From: Ian Shen <ian_at_2b3pro.com>
Date: 03/22/07
Message-Id: <F446F9E4-DE11-403D-A9EE-196FDC580690_at_2b3pro.com>
How much data (Kb) is considered as a "packet"?

Ian

On 2007/03/22, at 11:05, Craig Kovatch wrote:

> Using the built-in browser, Google detects that I have an N71 and
> tries to send me a customized version, which the phone barfs on.
> However, if you use the Nokia browser (which is either included or
> downloadable from Nokia's website), it will detect the phone simply as
> "Symbian S60" and send you a Java version which runs fine. I use both
> Gmail and Google Maps on my phone.
>
> Be aware though, they don't work over the Web connection, only Access
> Internet, which doesn't qualify for most of the packet flat-rate
> plans. Downloading each app will cost you about 350 yen. The data
> costs for the Gmail app are nearly negligable, but Google Maps will
> eat up packets really fast. Access Internet packets are typically
> 0.21yen/packet (again depending on your plan), so be careful.
>
> -c
>
> On 3/21/07, Barnaby Richards <barnis_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey,
>>
>> I saw your post (see below) while trying to decipher my new  
>> 705NK.  Did you
>> ever find a sollution to your problem. I'm trying to install gmail  
>> mobile
>> and keep getting "invalid jar" errors.
>>
>>  Any advice would be much appreciated
>>
>> -barnaby
>>
>>
>> (keitai-l) Re: S! Appli, JAVA, and Symbian apps on SoftBank 705NK  
>> (Nokia
>> N73)
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>> Next in thread ] [ Replies ] From: Craig Kovatch <  
>> cromas_at_gmail.com>
>>  Date: 01/24/07
>>  Message-ID:
>> <4254f2b00701240323m57f9a151i607b95db5c1db62c_at_mail.gmail.com>
>>  This works for 2nd Edition, but not 3rd. I tried many different
>> unsising apps (in many different languages), but the phone doesn't  
>> see
>> the app when you copy it over.
>>
>>
>> -c
>>
>> On 1/24/07, Kyle Barrow <kyle_at_pukupi.com> wrote:
>>> You can install most unsigned apps on a locked down mobile by
>>> unsising the app then throwing it in the right directories on the  
>>> MMC
>>
>>> card.
>>>
>>> Kyle
>>>
>>> On Jan 24, 2007, at 11:45, Craig Kovatch wrote:
>>>
>>>> I have an N71, not N73, but given that they are both
>>>> current-generation, I'm going to assume they both run S60 3rd  
>>>> Edition.
>>
>>>> All of the solutions I've found for installing unsigned apps on  
>>>> Nokia
>>>> phones are for 2nd Edition. The phone is ridiculously locked  
>>>> down, and
>>>> I've found no way to install unsigned apps on it. That being  
>>>> said, it
>>
>>>> will happily take signed apps, I frequently install over bluetooth.
>>>>
>>>> Be sure to ask your application vendors whether they support 3rd
>>>> Edition, and whether their software is Symbian-signed.
>>
>>>>
>>>> -c
>>>
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>>
>> --
>> Barnaby
>>
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Received on Thu Mar 22 09:30:24 2007