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Beginning Smartphone Web Development: Building JavaScript, CSS, HTML and Ajax-based Applications for iPhone, Android, Palm Pre, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and Nokia S60 by Gail Frederick

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Appendix B. Sample Request Headers from Mobile Devices

Request Headers from Mobile Devices

This appendix lists the full HTTP request headers sent by the default browsers for several models of mobile phones. These request headers were obtained from a Web server on the learnto.mobi domain, so they might include request headers added by mobile operator proxies and headers specific to the Web request. You can use HTTP request headers to impersonate a mobile device for testing Mobile Web pages.

LG VX-9100

Example B.1. HTTP Request Headers for LG VX-9100

X-Wap-Profile: "http://uaprof.vtext.com/lg/vx9100/vx9100.xml" Cos-Name: 5 Accept: application/vnd.phonecom.mmc-xml, application/vnd.wap.wmlc;type=4365, application/vnd.wap.wmlscriptc, application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml, ...

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