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Hi,

In my app I'm trying to send http request with ;deviceside=false (as connection string). I'm using 8310 device which is connected to my own BES server.
On sending http request it opens HttpConnection but at the time of receiving Response Code (by using getResponseCode() api) it throws "Failed to transmit" error. Please help me to figure out the issue why it is unable to establish network connection !!!

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Pulkit
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