Application asks for internet connection

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When I start any application, that I wrote with python for my Nokia 5800(software version 60.0.003), it asks me for internet connection. Application doesn't use it or need it. And if I skip it applications works fine.

I'm using ensymble(PyS60 application packager 2.0.0) with Python 2.5.2 to create application, and python version 2.0.0 on Nokia phone.

I tried to put just "--caps=" or "--caps=ReadUserData" to check if this will remove it, but it still asks for access point. Even for simple application as:

print "Hello world!"

How do I remove this? Can anyone help me?

Jun 11, 2019 in Python by ana1504.k
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It's not Python itself. I've traced it and it doesn't open any sockets when starting up. Check the capabilities that are set on the Python interpreter. Maybe it has the NetworkServices capability set because it can use sockets.

answered Jun 11, 2019 by SDeb
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