yet. If you don't have an account you can
Spark New Zealand (including Skinny and BigPipe)
Sanyo WAP Specs
I've got the WAP specs for the current Telecom Nokia phones but need to know the WAP specs supported by the Sanyo 7400, 8200 & 5600.
ie MIDP 2.0, JSR-120, JSR-135, CLDC 1.1 etc
Can anyone help with this or send me a link?
have you checked the ua profs?
Thanks taniwha... I didnt even know this info existed.... its all good.
and there are more there for other phones too :-) just try some obvoius ones
the phone will tell you most of that itself.
point the wap browser at your server, and log all the headers - lotsa info there.
it'll tell you what it accepts etc... so you don't need to define devices - just let the device tell you what it wants.
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