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Hi Every one,
I want to write a J2ME client application which uses SMS as the primary source of communication. Ex: Sending user preference to the Server etc. The concern is that most of the phones do not have the WMA API, for me to write my own sms application. This follwing book is titled as SMS for MIDP 2. So is it possible to send a sms with out the WMA API? I think it is not possible. Can we integrate the SMS application which is already built in to the phone with my J2ME application. I would be really happy to see your ideas on how to achieve this. Thanks a lot in regards....
 
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http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/wireless/library/wi-p2pmsg/


Try the above link out. Maybe it'll be of some help.
 
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Hi,
Thanks for the reply. Well it helps, but what I wanted to know was whether we can implement a sms application on a J2ME enabled phone with out the WMAPI. For example using the MIDP 2.0 or something. Any way thanks a lot.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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