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Hi,

any one can help me i want to know that after completing the development of the application how can i give it to the end user.
I know that we can give it to the operator or quelcomm from were the user can download it .but i want to know ,It is possible that the user can download it on his/her pc from where it transfer on his/her mobile. or download it direct our web site

please help me in this issue i am very thankful to you.

u cant put it on ur company's site or either user cant downlaod it from u, it could be done either two ways. thru qualcomm or you must proceed to ur operator

u cant put it on ur company's site or either user cant downlaod it from u, it could be done either two ways. thru qualcomm or you must proceed to ur operator

For the end-user to be able to install your application into his/her mobile, it needs to go thru the BDS server of the carrier.
"Qualcomm's BREW distribution system (BDS) allows carriers to manage download of BREW applications by the devices running in their network. The solution manages all the distribution and billing issues, and developers receive their share of revenue for the applications downloaded by users. Each application available for download has to be certified by Qualcomm before it is deployed. Certification achieves two objectives: It adds an extra layer of security for the end user, and it ensures that the developers are known, in case an application needs to be recalled over the network."
The only other option afaik is where the end-user has test-enabled device and access to brew extranet (for generating the .sig file) to use the application you provide directly from your site. :)

For the end-user to be able to install your application into his/her mobile, it needs to go thru the BDS server of the carrier.
"Qualcomm's BREW distribution system (BDS) allows carriers to manage download of BREW applications by the devices running in their network. The solution manages all the distribution and billing issues, and developers receive their share of revenue for the applications downloaded by users. Each application available for download has to be certified by Qualcomm before it is deployed. Certification achieves two objectives: It adds an extra layer of security for the end user, and it ensures that the developers are known, in case an application needs to be recalled over the network."
The only other option afaik is where the end-user has test-enabled device and access to brew extranet (for generating the .sig file) to use the application you provide directly from your site. :)

thank you.
It means there is no way like j2me in brew to transfer the application to the end user without help of qualcomm/operator.

thank you.
It means there is no way like j2me in brew to transfer the application to the end user without help of qualcomm/operator.

Yes you are right!!! there's no other way!!

Yes you are right!!! there's no other way!!

thank you very much

thank you very much