its not a bug, its designed feature.
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its not a bug, its designed feature.
Getting the same, thus assuming that they are having issues with the server at the moment
I have no idea, anyway, your code is not using any PersistenceManager , instead it appears to be using PersistableManager, so do re-check that everything is indeed as they should be. Also do remember...
Generally the projects we have can be used for collaboration, so have you checked that service out already ?
there is no API support for SQLite in Nokia Asha currently, so you could not use it.
I would assume that "Connectivity" is Local connectivity , thus it would be connectivity not requiring Network access.
As far as I know the Asha 501 permissions are working just as they have...
I suppose you have reached the maximum size 512KB limit there. I would suggest you to check whether you could split the data in more-than-one store.
At least if you take Symbian code, you can record with streams into a buffer, so you could analyze the stuff that comes from the mic, and then save it to file.
No it can not be done.
Currently there are no other Nokia apps than Nokia Music which would have public Uri Scheme protocol defined for them, thus that would mean that you can not use the app specific (which ever it is)...
please do no hijac thread with unrelated posts. This time I moved your to the actual section discussing about the Java tools. Anyway, if you have problems, then please descripe on what is it that you...
Basically you could always try using all capabilities you have, and see whether it works then. And by removing them one-by-one, you could find out the minimally needed capabilities. Also you could...
How does this relate to Symbian Belle ? (just asking before I move this to Java section, since I can not see the relation to Symbian at all in here)
You should first just get the tools and try out simple stuff with Qt, its quite much easier to learn than Symbian C++, also you can mix Symbian C++ into the Qt code.
Anyway, it won't be giving...
Yep, you do need to handle it with your own logic, there is no automated stuff which would do such things for you.
the private folder would likely work better, since teh folder should be removed along side the app, which would make it easier for you to manage
Basically easiest way would be to make simple Symbian C++ executable, and then check wiki for help on pkg options: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/Advanced_Package_File_Options
have you checked wiki for symbian articles already, there is at least one for the topic: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/Controlling_the_camera_light_using_CCamera
No there are no API for retreiving deleted files, anyway, if it is a memory card, you could always use it in PC with card reader and check with PC apps what could be saved still.
Which developer certificate are you talking about ?
do you mean the Nokia store developer certificate or something else ?
I would recommend you go to here.com, and click the feedback button on teh right side of the map. Note though that it appears to be translated according to the country of presense, and not according...
I actually do not have enough expertise or knowledge on out Store and OMA DRM 2.0 to be able to say anything on how well it works, thus can not really comment on it.
IAP would be good, basically then you could benefit additional instalaltions, since you could get them to pay through the store.
That would be a good correction...excatly its not the camera, but indeed the power button.
Check the installed apps list, and click the aphabet boxes, it brings up something that sounds like...
You would simply use the string as input for GeoCode query, and it would then give you the geo location which you could use.