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[App][2011-10-04] mVu Mobile Viewer - 1.0.12.8

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14th February 2011, 04:30 AM |#501  
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New Version - mVu - 1.0.3.0
A new version (1.0.3.0) has just been posted. This version includes the following:
  • Added automatic update check
  • Possible fix for "There was no XML start tag" error
  • An uncompressed version of the CAB file is now available

You can download the latest version from http://bik2000.appspot.com.

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14th February 2011, 09:53 PM |#502  
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Still can't get your wonderful app working on 3g mate. I have noticed it's only the adult sites that don't work. Still find it strange that the the old version works fine but none of the new ones do. All I can think is O2 R blocking it cos the the new versions work fine on WiFi. It's just 3G.
14th February 2011, 10:02 PM |#503  
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Still can't get your wonderful app working on 3g mate. I have noticed it's only the adult sites that don't work. Still find it strange that the the old version works fine but none of the new ones do. All I can think is O2 R blocking it cos the the new versions work fine on WiFi. It's just 3G.

Can you browse to those sites using a web browser over 3g? If so, there is one thing I could try related to the proxy server that I changed in the newer versions. I could make a specific version that undoes that change for you to test out.

Anyone else having problems with 3g?

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14th February 2011, 10:03 PM |#504  
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I still have compression on. I'll try to post an uncompressed version soon for you to try out.

Thank you, I was now able to install with the uncompressed CAB file.
However, when I attempt to run the app I get this message:

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And clicking OK doesn't clear it, so I have to do a soft reset.
14th February 2011, 10:30 PM |#505  
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Thank you, I was now able to install with the uncompressed CAB file.
However, when I attempt to run the app I get this message:

NotSupportedException

And clicking OK doesn't clear it, so I have to do a soft reset.

Is it a Windows Mobile 2003 device? I don't have one to test on, but I'll try running it through the 2003 emulator and see if I can figure out what it doesn't like.

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15th February 2011, 04:48 AM |#506  
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Is it a Windows Mobile 2003 device? I don't have one to test on, but I'll try running it through the 2003 emulator and see if I can figure out what it doesn't like.

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Try this version. There were some Webbrowser control functions that were not supported in 2003. I fixed it up and tried it in the emulator and it seems okay.

Future versions should continue to work with 2003. I'll just need to remember to post an uncompressed version each time.

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15th February 2011, 12:08 PM |#507  
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Can you browse to those sites using a web browser over 3g? If so, there is one thing I could try related to the proxy server that I changed in the newer versions. I could make a specific version that undoes that change for you to test out.

Anyone else having problems with 3g?

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Have just checked on opera and IE and adult sites R working fine with 3G. If you think it may work I'm up for trying out the cab.
15th February 2011, 06:58 PM |#508  
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Try this version. There were some Webbrowser control functions that were not supported in 2003. I fixed it up and tried it in the emulator and it seems okay.

Future versions should continue to work with 2003. I'll just need to remember to post an uncompressed version each time.

-- bik2000

Yes, it works perfectly now!

Thanks a lot.
16th February 2011, 11:32 AM |#509  
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Originally Posted by bik2000

A new version (1.0.3.0) has just been posted. This version includes the following:

  • Added automatic update check
  • Possible fix for "There was no XML start tag" error
  • An uncompressed version of the CAB file is now available

-- bik2000

Unfortunately there is still message error : "There was no XML start tag"
17th February 2011, 05:32 AM |#510  
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I never really mentioned it with the last few versions, but if you are wondering where the adult sites went, make sure you take a look at the Options window (Menu -> Options). Those sites are hidden by default now.

I assume most people figured that out since I haven't heard many complaints, but I figured I'd post it here just in case.

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