Thank you so much, for u'r answers...hum...my problem is that I want to send values from page to page (String values), I'm steel searching how for more than 2days... hum... using local storage? I don't know how to do this, do you mean, creating a file and write and read from it? well that's an idea, but I don't know how to do it if you can give me an exemple or juste give me a link that should I follow to use local storage it will be very greatfull.
There should be no problem adding a query string to a URL, other than to an internal page (i.e. multiple-page document) where it is not supported by jQuery Mobile.
I notice your URL is mixed-case. You may have an issue with differences in case-sensitivity between OSs. Make sure the case matches between the URL and the file.
A common issue is that Windows is case-insensitive and OSX is normally case-agnostic, while both iOS and Android filesystems follow strict case. So, testing from a local filesystem on your PC or from a server running on your PC will work if there is a case mis-match, but will fail on the device.