I tried installing on my Nokia E70 and it reported invalid JAR file. It also said that installing .jad was not supported. Am I missing something?i had to tell my n73 to install unsigned applications. Than I used obexpush to put the jad and the jar on the phone (used the memory card "E:"). After that I selected the jad with the filemanager and pressed "yes" endless times
You may want to try the following: put the jar and the jad on a webserver and change the file reference in the jad to the web url (http://youserver/dir/JavaMO.jar). Then open the jad url with the web browser. Some phones only install MIDP2.0 over the air (ota).
Java signing is a hell and costs a lot of money. Sadly some phones (provider brandings) require it..
hope that helps and best regards,
Uploaded the jad (changed MIDlet-Jar-URL as you suggested) to my webserver and then installed it on my Sony Ericsson W810.
W810 does not seem to care if an app is trusted or not.
The app loaded fine. Asked if I allowed a server bluetooth connection.
Unfortunately Iám not at home so I cannot try the app fully, but so far it seem to work. It loaded and is waiting for a bluetooth connection.
I hope my Fiire dongle in th ecore can be to test this functionality.
Hari. Awesome work. I hope it work fine on my phone when I get home later.
Will post here as soon as I have verified how it work.
Do you have any plans to make it work over a gsm/3g connection?
Perhaps it´s hard to implement (I don´t really know since I have abolutely no experience in mobile phone development. Would be great to have), but having an orbiter that can remotely control my lmce from anywere in the world would be really great.