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how to send sms through windows mobile using JSR 120 or JSR 205 in j2me

K.S. Tyagi
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 30, 2007
Posts: 2
Hello guys,

Well guys I am new to J2ME and having problem in sending SMS from windows mobile.
Actually I am building an application which sends sms for which i used JSR 205 API , it work perfectly fine in nokia , Sony. But when i try to use my application on windows mobile(espc. HTC) it dosen't work at all , i searched at internet nothing much i found.

while searching i found that while using HTC mobile System.getProperty("wireless.messaging.sms.smsc") is null and with other nokia and sony it provides the service provider's center no. through which SMS is beening sent.

well i am stuck, having no idea how to move ahead. Can you help me out?

Thanks & Regards
Kaushal Singh
SCJP 1.5
Tim Holloway
Saloon Keeper

Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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Not all devices support all JSRs. The manufacturer and/or the phone service provider determine whether a given feature will work for a specific model.

I have an HTC Windows Mobile phone, but it did not come with a JVM. I can add an external JVM, but unlike a vendor-supplied JVM, there's no way to access specialized hardware or OS features, so it doesn't support the JSRs that would allow me to use the Bluetooth, GPS and other specialized services.


Customer surveys are for companies who didn't pay proper attention to begin with.
K.S. Tyagi
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 30, 2007
Posts: 2
thanks Tim,

well than it seems to me there is a road block ahead of me, well than is it possible for you to guide me other way to use these feature.

thanks & regards
Kaushal Singh

 
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