Flash Lite Application Deployment

December 21, 2009 § 3 Comments

Nokia offers 4 options in deploying Flash Lite mobile app.

1. IR (infrared) / Bluetooth / USB cable
Nokia PC Suite is a FREE tool you can download and install Flash Lite applications. You can connect device via IR, Bluebooth or USB cable.

2. Memory card
You can transfer Flash Lite applications to the memory card of a device using a memory card reader.

3. OTA (over-the-air)
You can upload the Flash Lite applications to a Web server and then downloaded to a device via the device’s Web browser.

4. Email / MMS
Flash Lite applications can be sent as email attachments or MMS messages.

Install the Flash Lite app into assigned folders.

[device memory]\Data\Others
[memory card]\Data\Others

S60 3rd Edition and S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1
Run the app with Flash Lite Player

S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2 and newer
Run the app by opening the main SWF file directly using the Media Gallery or File Manager

You can copy the Flash Lite app files to any location or launch from any location within the file system

Packaged App

Packaged app is installable mobile applications including a number of external resource files or additional Flash Lite applications. Files are packaged into a single installation source file.

Use Symbian Installation Source (SIS) package format
Stub applications are specialized lightweight Symbian applications packaged as SIS files to launch other applications

Use Nokia Flash Lite (NFL) package format

Signed Packages

S60 accepts signed SIS package. It can be signed by self-signed certificate for development or request official certificate from Symbian Signed. No signing requires for NFL packages.

Creating and signing a SIS package
Creating an NFL package
Creating a stub application


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