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Topic # 4670 16-Aug-2005 10:51
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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?

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  Reply # 18478 16-Aug-2005 15:44
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have you checked the ua profs?

http://mobileuaprof.xtra.co.nz/s7400.rdf
http://mobileuaprof.xtra.co.nz/s5600.rdf
http://mobileuaprof.xtra.co.nz/s4920.rdf

etc...



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  Reply # 18480 16-Aug-2005 16:31
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Thanks taniwha... I didnt even know this info existed.... its all good.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 18538 17-Aug-2005 00:10
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and there are more there for other phones too :-) just try some obvoius ones

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  Reply # 18555 17-Aug-2005 10:14
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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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