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Old 06-16-2012, 02:32 AM   #1
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Connect to the internet using Java

Hi folks,

Is it possible for me to connect to the internet from my Kindle using Java, or otherwise (e.g. cURL). This is using a Kindle 4 NT with wireless but no 3G.

The sort of thing I'm trying to do is:

HttpConnection conn = (HttpConnection) Connector.open(url, Connector.READ_WRITE, false);
InputStream in = conn.openInputStream();

But the kindlet crashes with the following error -> "The Task exceeded maximum duration of 5000 MILLISECONDS: unknown"

None of the exisiting Kindlets appears to do this with these exception of the original KindleTERM, but I'm not clear if this worked.

Thanks, Ger
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