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Posted By:   sivakumar_ganti
Posted On:   Tuesday, August 10, 2004 11:06 PM

I have a requirement like this. 1)I would like to develop a application which will replace or which will coexist with the existing mobile application. 2)My application should be able to access SMS,Make /take calls,access phone book of the orginal application, 3)I should have comm as well as bluetooth communication thugh which my applicaiton can receive inputs. now my doubt is . 1) I do not find any API to access Phone information like address book info etc. a) JSR 75 is jst out and it wuld take some time to be in Market. b) Motorola has some provided API for accessing Phone resources.I dont find for   More>>


I have a requirement like this.

1)I would like to develop a application which will replace
or which will coexist with the existing mobile application.

2)My application should be able to access SMS,Make /take
calls,access phone book of the orginal application,

3)I should have comm as well as bluetooth communication
thugh which my applicaiton can receive inputs.




now my doubt is .

1) I do not find any API to access Phone information like
address book info etc.

a) JSR 75 is jst out and it wuld take some time to be in
Market.
b) Motorola has some provided API for accessing Phone
resources.I dont find
for other providers

2)I should load and unload my application with out
effectiog the orginal mobile application.Will
PushRegistry allow my application to simultanesly listen.

3)Will the mobiles in general would be able to have memory
available ap as big as to hold another mobile
applications.






regards

siva

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Re: Is this possible ????

Posted By:   Brian_Glodde  
Posted On:   Wednesday, August 11, 2004 08:07 AM

Every question you are asking is provider and device dependent. The current state of the wireless market and devices in general is very fragmented. For example, the number of devices that have an API to access the phone's buit in resources is sadly very small. And the adoption rate of the new J2ME APIs is also very slow and spotty. The best you can do is focus on a target audience and try to write in an optimistic manner so porting to other devices is not a huge headache.
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