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Hi; I need to send multiple binary messages to a cellphone (for example a wallpaper). I need to receive these messages in my application however I can not handle multiple messages. Do you have any suggestions or any examples of that kind. And also I need to save this file to the memory of the cellphone but this will be the further step. First of all I need to receive multiple messages and concating them.
There is one problem with using WMA, you are only guaranteed that you can use 3 messages that are tied together. However, these are always in the right order at the application level. But you dont't get very much data into 3 messages
Will you send the data between 2 mobile phones? Or, do you send the message between a computer and a mobile phone?
You could use a SocketConnection, which sends small messages and always guarantee the right order.
If you need to save data on the phone, you should use the FileConnection API. Note that not all phones have FileConnection implemented.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com