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09-26-2008 08:47 AM
I've seen there are some companies who make possible call management (initiate, drop, hold, call) and UI management at call time so the phone shows a fake screen...
Now, my guess is as follows:
1. This has been done with a private API from RIM and probably some patch for the phone OS.
2. Someone has put his hands in the OS, cracked it and made some API for himself ...
Now, if these are possible and doable, can someone give me some url, hints or any thing helpfull?
09-26-2008 05:03 PM
Take a look at this thread:
Basicallly, RIM does not support any API that does what you are looking for. Some folks have worked around this by using key injection to simulate pressing the "redphone" key.
09-29-2008 03:15 AM
Thanks for the reply but keystroke injection is out of the question as I am working on a commercial application which will work on BIS and BES so keystroke injection is completely unreliable and is frustrating me to no end!
I guess the only way to end the conversation is to use interprocess communication... But I have to figure out what parameters to send to the phone call manager process...
09-29-2008 05:14 AM