porting ancient openwave browser for new sprint i1 android w/ direct connect


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  1. eigerzoom

    eigerzoom Member This Topic's Starter

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    openwave browser was monumental on early devices back into 2003
    still showing up on recent phones like verizons krave zn4.....
    the importance of this legacy application is stilll maintained in large corporations & fleet/logistics companies across a network of outdated impractical devices like the motorola i30sx..or others supplied with openwave browser...i330...etc
    it would be outstanding if the now discontinued/sold openwave browser could breath new life into a modern phones ability to support fleet services still in use today.

    you can use the internet archive to navigate the old openwave developer web pages
    a little clunky but alot of information is there i guess
    i have a few pertinent apps maybe of interest
    these are the sdk for app building with the browser itself
    and also the last released simulator
    navigate to my public ftp for these files
    Index of /eigerzoom/Cellular/openwave

    here's a couple wayback machine links...more for testing the browser
    Openwave Developer Network - Tools & SDK - IDE Integration
    Openwave Developer Network - Tools & SDK - Openwave Phone Simulator

    i also still have an i30sx moto phone if it could be useful to a developer
    however possible or impossible this idea might be...i dont really know
     

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  2. wmcbrine

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    It's just a WAP browser, right? Surely some of the existing browsers would work?
     
  3. eigerzoom

    eigerzoom Member This Topic's Starter

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    i dont know enough
    but from my personal experience
    no other browser works the same
    only phones with the openwave browser would work with these fleet services
    its been about 2 years since i've used any of these services however
     

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