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Can MIDlet be auto-started even aftercomplete recharge of the battery if "auto invocation" was alreadyapproved before complete discharge of the battery and if yes, how?
Here is the scenario. I have developed a MIDlet using Netbeans and JDE 4.1.0. I was able toauto-start the MIDlet after adding to the Manifest and JAD filesRIM-MIDlet-Flags-1:1and approving "auto invocation" after answering"yes" to the prompt "The application <MIDlet name> hasattempted to register itself for auto invocation. Would you like to allowthis".
However it seems that the MIDlet auto-starts only if the batterywas not completely drained.
If I remove the battery and put it back then the MIDlet is not auto-started. If I start MIDlet manually and attempt to close it then the platform again displays the message to allow "auto invocation", despite that I confirmed it already before.