I’m trying to download the MIDlet to the module. I received a JAD validation error. What can be the issue?

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  1. Normal


    You probably entered
    the permission into the MANIFEST, and it shouldn’t be there. Your MANIFEST
    should look like this:

    Midlet Suite Vendor
    MIDlet-Version: 1.0.0
    Manifest-Version: 1.0
    MicroEdition-Configuration: CLDC-1.1
    MIDlet-1: UserMIDlet,,com.M2M.GPIO
    MIDlet-Name: GPIOtest Midlet Suite
    MicroEdition-Profile: MIDP-2.0


    amend this, remove all the permissions from the project (do not even
    include it in the MANIFEST) and after building the project then sign it &
    add the below permissions.





    Afterwards, please update the time and date of the MIDlet/Module/Certified because
    they don’t match.                                                                         

    How do you do that?

    1.      1Place the unit in JTOOL mode.

    2.      Delete any already existing user MIDlet with
    the command : OEMconfig_delete:um

    3.      Load the MIDlet attached to this mail. I
    attached the source code too. The jad & jar attached will set time and date
    to August 12, 2008, 13:00. In case you want another date change the source file
    and compile it again.

    4.      Run the MIDlet. The MIDlet will set the above
    time and date and will power down the unit.


    5.      Power up the unit with the "G24
    ON/OFF" switch. From now on, power on/off the unit only with the "G24
    ON/OFF" switch.