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Topic # 6802 24-Feb-2006 09:11
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The Sony snc-RZ30N IP camera is suppose to work with Pocket PC (Ipaq's) However, in order for the web page on teh camera to be seen on the IPAQ you need to have Jeode on the IPAQ. I can't find Jeode anywhere. After much searching, I found a product called CrEme JVM that is suppose to be a close substitute. After installing this, I get the page almost to display except the applet appears with the message "CLASS NOT FOUND" blinking in it.

Has anyone managed to get the Sony IP cameras to work on their PDA and if so.. how did you manage it??

Here is the text of what the web page is..






SNC-RZ30 for PocketPC












 


width="215" height="180" hspace="0" vspace="5" align="top">






any help would be appreciated!

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Reply # 29239 24-Feb-2006 09:19
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I have had good results with Access Netfront and some Java aplets. It comes with its own JVM, but I think the demo does not have it.

Also, Netfront 3.2 works only on Windows Mobile 2003, we are still waiting an update for Windows Mobile 5.0.





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