Imagine a personal computer where you are to click YES everytime you initiate a process that reads from the hard disk?
Ah! Why this step of "security" has not been scrapped away by Nokia? An average user is not really bothered about such pseudo-threats. I want to run KD Player on my 5310 and it just keeps asking me to select that "ALLOW" button. I know it's a player, and not a virus, and in any case it's not a spartphone so why should I be bothered. Ok, I'm a human, I know what I'm doing, I know if anything goes wrong I'm responsible but some people just "believe" machine control surpasses human control.
Why the mobile manufcturers so unsure about stability of their phone's software/hardware or is it their mutual cooperation with midlet signing authorities to extract some monetary help to get them going "anyhow".
My simple request and question after all this, is, is there any way to "allow" the KD Player to read the data without ever asking me of course without wasting bucks on purchasing licences.