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Voda UK - download of JAD files has suddenly stopped working!

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Anonymous

Hi,

Is anyone else getting this problem. When I try and download OTA
using a Voda UK SIM I'm getting 'unsupported file type' type
messages. It's happening across a number of handsets. Orange SIMs are
fine on the same file. I haven't changed any server config and I just
checked with a proxy and the MIME type being sent for the JAD is
still correct...

Weird!

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James Closs, Director, bitBull Ltd

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07771 991171

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Eric Donovan

There is a thread about that to day on wmlprogramming yahoo group (you have
to register)
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/wmlprogramming/message/27956

it says that Novarra have recently updated the proxy server and that might
be causing some issues that they're looking in to.

eric

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bridgie
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eric hi,

I also started and updated 2 threads on the Vodafone sites..

http://forum.vodafone.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=3649

http://www.betavine.net/web/guest/forums/message_boards/message/1428#1428

thanks
jb

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bridgie
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James hi,

Out of interest did you find out what the problem is with the Vodafone network as I’m experiencing the some issues

Regards
John

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James Closs

> Out of interest did you find out what the problem is with the
> Vodaphone network as I’m experiencing the some issues

Hi John,

Sorry - I missed this message, I never did find out what the problem
was and haven't checked for a while. I've had reports that it still
seems to be flaky...

cheers

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Eric Donovan

yuk, that sounds horrible, I hope it's not deliberate. Why is it always
Vodafone who blocks random stuff without any notice?

You might get some info by posting on the momolondon yahoo group, that's
read by a lot of mobile content providers (plus the occaisional vodafone
employee) who would probably be having the same issue.

You could also try wmlprogramming yahoo group although it tends to be more
mobile web rather than downloads

good luck with it

eric

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terrencebarr
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James,

You can try www.betavine.net - it's VF's R&D department. They have a test deployment server. You can also ask questions in their forums. I know VF folks are reading the forums.

Hope this helps,

-- Terrence