I have noticed that the Nokia 3200 reboots when I'm trying to view certain (valid) XHTML MP pages. The thing that I have come to think of is that the pages that causes this contain absolute URL:s to images that reside on a different server (like <img src="http://www.myserver.com/picture.gif" alt="" /> ). I have several such images and they all work nicely...unless on these particular pages where the access to the images is restricted (by HTTP basic authentication).
Is this a known issue with the N3200? Or am I totally off target while accusing the password protected images? Is there another issue here that I'm missing?
The password will be removed once in production, so it would be nice to know that everything will work in real life and that I can ignore this for now...or if I would need to allocate resources to address this problem.
Sorry, these pages are on our development server so I can't give you access to that.
Here's how to reproduce it:
1. create a page on a password protected site (with basic auth)
2. let that page contain images that in turn reside on ANOTHER, password protected, site.
3. go to the page with the 3200
Normally, the phone would ask for a login/password for every password-protected image (the first time the page is loaded, that is. After that, the password is cached). But the 3200 just reboots before asking for login/password...