Android :: Can't Install APK Hosted My Own Apache Server / Fix It?

Aug 25, 2010

I've exported an apk from eclipse. I am able to install it without any problem if I copy it to the phone's sd card.

When trying to download via phone's (Galaxy S) browser I get:
"Download unsuccessful".

I have set mime type application/ in the mime.types, restarted apache, still same result.
Also tried code...

Still no luck.

I am able to download and install applications from android market. I suspect that apache is not sending the mime type but this is just a shot in the dark.
How can I fix the problem and be able to install APKs from my web server? (or at least to check if apache sends correct header with mime type)

Android :: Can't install APK hosted my own apache server / fix it?


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Here is my test code:


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