android air as3 application question about connectivity

by gael cobert » Sat, 17 Jul 2010 02:27:03 GMT


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 hello
i am making an application in android with the beta air/as3.
I have a question about connectivity.
My goal is getting some elements like pictures for example from URL, i
can get URL elements (jpg, xml ...) with wifi enabled but if wifi is
disabled and 3G/GSM enabled i can't access anything
is it a restrictive aspect of air in android ? or is there something i
can add in permission ?
thks

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