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    D807 - Java Error Content Size Too Large

    I am receiving "Java Error. Content Size Too Large" when I try to download a MIDP 2.0 JAR (size 320kb). I used WAP browser. I have plenty of free phone memory available. I don't have a micro SD card. This is a non game applicaton. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asim2025
    I am receiving "Java Error. Content Size Too Large" when I try to download a MIDP 2.0 JAR (size 320kb). I used WAP browser. I have plenty of free phone memory available. I don't have a micro SD card. This is a non game applicaton. Any ideas?
    Java memory and phone memory are 2 different things

    Most Samsungs reserve 3 - 4 mg of memory for apps and games and dont use Expanded Memory at all

    I dont have the same phone as yourself, but I would think your phone has a way of checking Java Memory - try looking in an option called JAVA World if you have it - or another memory area of your phone

    Other than that - get rid of a useless now never used, game or App and try again

    Hope that helped

    Delboy

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    Thanks for the response. My phone has 3.5mb of free memory for games. I am assuming this is also applicable to java since there is no separate option to check free java memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asim2025
    Thanks for the response. My phone has 3.5mb of free memory for games. I am assuming this is also applicable to java since there is no separate option to check free java memory.
    Hope this helps :

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    What Are The Specifications Of The System And User Memory On My SGH-d807?

    Specifications on the memory on the SGH-d807 are as follows:

    System
    ROM: 512 MB
    RAM: 128 MB
    User
    Internal Memory
    Total Download Capacity: 17 MB
    Ringtones Memory Capacity: 17 MB
    Shared:
    Max Supported Downloadable Ringtone Size: NO LIMIT DEFINED
    Polyphonic Capability: 40
    Image Memory Capacity: 17 MB
    Shared:
    Max Supported Downloadable Image Size: NO LIMIT DEFINED
    Game/Application Memory Capacity: 4 MB
    Separated:
    Max Supported Downloadable Game/Application File Size: NO LIMITATION DEFINED; MAXIMUM OF 40 APPLICATIONS SUPPORTED
    Music On Demand (MOD) Memory Capacity: 17 MB
    Shared:
    Max Supported Downloadable File Size: NO LIMIT DEFINED
    Video On Demand (VOD) Memory Capacity: 17 MB
    Shared:
    Max Supported Downloadable File Size: NO LIMIT DEFINED
    Additional Comments: 4 MB dedicated directly to Games/Applications; 17 MB shared for other files
    Last edited by Delboy2k6; 08-23-2006 at 01:34 PM.

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    Based on the specs, I have enough free memory available but I don't know why my phone is complaining when the jar file size is 320kb (I have tried other jars with file sizes close to 300kb). I guess I will write a very small java app and download it to my phone and try to debug this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asim2025
    Based on the specs, I have enough free memory available but I don't know why my phone is complaining when the jar file size is 320kb (I have tried other jars with file sizes close to 300kb). I guess I will write a very small java app and download it to my phone and try to debug this.
    I am sure you will work this out

    To get a memory reading for the JAVA only area on a D900

    Settings
    Memory Status
    Java World

    To get memory reading for the Java only area on a D600

    Applications
    Java World
    Memory Status

    I am sure there is a way to find your Java Memory Status - remember its 4MB and a ceiling of 40 games or Apps

    Is the Java App your copying compatible with your phone ?

    Delboy

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    Okay I found out the problem. D807's WAP browser can only transfer content upto 300kb per request. Anything above this limit phone displays a (misleading) error.

    I downloaded two other java apps 20kb and 130kb and they installed fine. However, they went to the Games folder. There is no way to move them to the App folder. I guess I can live with that.



    Java specifications for the D807:

    Java version supported: MIDP 2.0
    Maximum application size: 4 MB
    Optional JSR Support: JSR 118, 120, 135, 139, 185
    Runtime memory available: 2 MB
    Maximum storage capacity: 4 MB



    Browser specifications for the D807:

    Browser Version: WAP 2.0: Nokia: TSS 2.5
    Markup Language Supported: WML, WML Script, xHTML, xHTML MP, HTML, WCSS
    HTTP Get Formats Supported: BMP, WBMP, GIF, AGIF, PNG, JPG, AMR, MIDI, iMelody
    Inline Rendering Formats Supported: GIF(GIF87, GIF89a), JPEG, WBMP, BMP, PNG
    Maximum Inline Rendering Image Size (KB): 300 KB
    Maximum Inline Rendering Image Size (pixels): JPG: No limit (scrolling supported); PNG: Horizontal: up to 240, Vertical: scoll; GIF/A-GIF, WBMP, BMP: Up to width of display size without resize
    Download Mechanisms: HTTP
    Cookies Supported: Yes
    Maximum Number of Cookies: 20
    Maximum Size of each Cookie: 4 KB
    URL Length Limit (characters): 2048
    Redirect Length Limit (characters): No limit
    Browser Content Received Size Limit: 300 KB
    WAP Push Capable: Yes

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    I also have a D870 and the same thing occurs to me.

    Any way we can load apps that exceeds 300kb?

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    Message Error

    I have transfered files to my MicroSD card, Both .jar and .jad files. When I try to open them i get a an error message saying "Not Allowed". What do I do next? How come it doesnt ask me for a code like you say it should?

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    Ben Torn, How to Install a Java App

    However, they went to the Games folder. There is no way to move them to the App folder.
    The D807 does not have an App folder. All Java programs go to Games.


    I am relatively certain that the phone will not install any jars larger than 300KB. This phone has so many arbitrary limits for no reason at all. My next phone will not be a Samsung.

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