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04-22-2009 05:53 AM
Enviornment - JDE - 4.5.0 and default simulator.
In my app, after a call is connected I need to send,
- A digit
- Pause for 2 seconds
- Send 12 digits
- Pause for 2 seconds
- Send another 12 digits
However I'm stuck at the first step.
1. In the callConnected method if I try to send a digit(..say '1', '2' etc) Though the function sendDTMFTone returns true, the result is a constant audio tone. Is this Ok?
2. Is it possible to generate one big string, for above mentioned steps 1 to 5, inserting pauses and call sendDTMFTones only once?
3. Can someone please point out to resources/samples/code-snippets/FAQs where I can read about basics of DTMF, sending and receiving tones on blackberry platform?
Thanks you fellows.
Solved! Go to Solution.
04-23-2009 07:24 AM
04-24-2009 06:31 AM
Thanks very much for your reply. It did further my understanding of dtmf.
See if you can share thoughts on following two doubts:
1. Is there a way to verify if dtmf tones are transmitted correctly? How about checking a boolean return value of sendDTMFTones function? If it returns true, can one assume then that the DTMF tones are copied to the queue and transmitted properly?
2. Doesn't the sendDTMFTones function generate corresponding audio tones and beeps? My sendDTMFTones method doesn't produce the audio tones/beeps?
04-27-2009 03:50 AM
06-08-2010 05:27 AM
In your post you talked about overriding the functionality of hang up button. can u explain more how we can do it. I think this cannot be done. As in u cannot stop a call from getting disconnected when u press hang up button even if u have overrided it in ur application.
correct me if am wrong.
06-08-2010 05:52 AM
please open an own thread for your question