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is brew having native browser ???? is it possible to create own browser in brew?

OEM integrates the browser, which they get from browser vendors like openwave, netfront etc.
You can write or create your own browser, which would be nothing but a BREW application

OEM integrates the browser, which they get from browser vendors like openwave, netfront etc.
You can write or create your own browser, which would be nothing but a BREW application

Can we open OEM integrated browser provided by Openwave etc through our application?

Can we open OEM integrated browser provided by Openwave etc through our application?

abhilasha wrote:Can we open OEM integrated browser provided by Openwave etc through our application?
http://brewforums.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=14847&highlight=native+b...

abhilasha wrote:Can we open OEM integrated browser provided by Openwave etc through our application?
http://brewforums.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=14847&highlight=native+b...

Can we use Brew Browser provided by Qualcomm in handset?
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Can we use Brew Browser provided by Qualcomm in handset?
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abhilasha wrote:Can we use Brew Browser provided by Qualcomm in handset?
Link given above is not responding...
now chk
http://brewforums.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=14847&highlight=browser

abhilasha wrote:Can we use Brew Browser provided by Qualcomm in handset?
Link given above is not responding...
now chk
http://brewforums.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=14847&highlight=browser

abhilasha wrote:Can we open OEM integrated browser provided by Openwave etc through our application?
Yes, certainly you can. The reason being that Openwave Application registers itself as the default handler for http:// and https:// schemes through it's MIF. So, when any other application would call ISHELL_BrowseURL containing the URL prefixed by the http:// scheme, BREW would look for the application that handles the http:// scheme and hence Openwave Browser would be launched.

abhilasha wrote:Can we open OEM integrated browser provided by Openwave etc through our application?
Yes, certainly you can. The reason being that Openwave Application registers itself as the default handler for http:// and https:// schemes through it's MIF. So, when any other application would call ISHELL_BrowseURL containing the URL prefixed by the http:// scheme, BREW would look for the application that handles the http:// scheme and hence Openwave Browser would be launched.

Have you actually tried this? What you are saying sounds logical, but I am highly skeptical that it works. In fact, all reports from Qualcomm staff indicate that it is NOT possible to load the native browser.
Clearly this would be nice and somewhat expected in this day and age, but we are 99% sure it is NOT currently possible to load the native browser.

Have you actually tried this? What you are saying sounds logical, but I am highly skeptical that it works. In fact, all reports from Qualcomm staff indicate that it is NOT possible to load the native browser.
Clearly this would be nice and somewhat expected in this day and age, but we are 99% sure it is NOT currently possible to load the native browser.

I've done it on two different devices (one of which was either the Motorola V3C or the Onda N5050, sorry can't remember which, but probably the latter). The two devices I got it working on were the only devices I tried on - i.e. I never tried on a device that I couldn't get it working on.
One device worked with ISHELL_SendUrl, the other required ISHELL_BrowseUrl. As usual, no consistency...

I've done it on two different devices (one of which was either the Motorola V3C or the Onda N5050, sorry can't remember which, but probably the latter). The two devices I got it working on were the only devices I tried on - i.e. I never tried on a device that I couldn't get it working on.
One device worked with ISHELL_SendUrl, the other required ISHELL_BrowseUrl. As usual, no consistency...

ISHELL_Browseurl ... it worked for me ....spice 810.....

ISHELL_Browseurl ... it worked for me ....spice 810.....

I am too trying to open Openwave provided native browser in MotoV3C but not getting success.
ISHELL_GetHandler(pshell,HTPYE_BROWSE,"http://yahoo.com");
returns 0 .
ISHELL_BrowseURL is returning ESCHEMENOTSUPPORTED Error.

I am too trying to open Openwave provided native browser in MotoV3C but not getting success.
ISHELL_GetHandler(pshell,HTPYE_BROWSE,"http://yahoo.com");
returns 0 .
ISHELL_BrowseURL is returning ESCHEMENOTSUPPORTED Error.

abhilasha wrote:I am too trying to open Openwave provided native browser in MotoV3C but not getting success.
ISHELL_GetHandler(pshell,HTPYE_BROWSE,"http://yahoo.com");
returns 0 .
ISHELL_BrowseURL is returning ESCHEMENOTSUPPORTED Error.
This is probably because the Openwave Browser has not registered for the "http" scheme in it's MIF and BREW is unable to find any other application which would handle the "http" scheme. Please verify Openwave's MIF on your end. Also, please let me know the version of Openwave Browser that you are using.

abhilasha wrote:I am too trying to open Openwave provided native browser in MotoV3C but not getting success.
ISHELL_GetHandler(pshell,HTPYE_BROWSE,"http://yahoo.com");
returns 0 .
ISHELL_BrowseURL is returning ESCHEMENOTSUPPORTED Error.
This is probably because the Openwave Browser has not registered for the "http" scheme in it's MIF and BREW is unable to find any other application which would handle the "http" scheme. Please verify Openwave's MIF on your end. Also, please let me know the version of Openwave Browser that you are using.

I am trying to open OpenWave browser available in Tata Indicom's Moto Razr handset. In about info it is showing 6.2.3.4.c.1.114.

I am trying to open OpenWave browser available in Tata Indicom's Moto Razr handset. In about info it is showing 6.2.3.4.c.1.114.