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(J2ME)How to interrupt in-built sms receiving service of mobile phone using J2ME.

 
juned khatri
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Hi, friends

i am working on j2me. Presently i am facing one problem in j2me.
PROBLEM : How to interrupt/stop in-built service SMS receiving service of
any mobile phone using j2me.

i want to develope application which can stop SMS receiving
service of any mobile phone (for eg. Nokia) & application itself
receive incoming SMS.

Please help me to solve out this problem.
I am waiting for your reply.


Juned Khatri.
 
Eduardo Marques
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Not sure if this exactly responds your question, but voice and message applications (eg if you receive an incoming call or SMS message) usually cause the running Java Midlet(s) to go to suspended state.
Midlets have lower priority in a phone and you can't change
that setting (at least in a platform independent way).

All that you can control is your own application behaviour regarding
Wireless Messaging API connections, but then only if you want to create them.
[ March 28, 2006: Message edited by: Eduardo Marques ]
 
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