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I am developing application for Motorola iDEN phones. I have problem running the application implementing SDG Call (Selective Dynamic Group Call) (meant for Motorola iDEN device like i355). I am following the code given in iDEN Java Developer Guide. My application is meant to make an SDG Call and receive it too. I have implemented Calling part and but when there is an incoming SDG Call (from another device with same application), my application does not receive such calls instead goes in background and SDGC alert comes in foreground. While, I want my application to handle the call the way I have coded. I have also added the jad attribute "iDEN-MIDlet-Phone" but still my application is not receiving the call. Do I need to get my MIDlet signed? How can I test the SDGC Call Receiving feature on simulator and device?
Below is my source code for the device Motorola i605.
I have been looking for the solution for quite a long time and am clueless where I am missing. Please help!
* Created on July 20, 2009, 11:34 AM
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In iDEN mode, the Motorola R2660D provides the following special measurement
• Average power meter
• Frequency error meter
• SQE (Signal Quality Estimate)
• BER (Bit Error Rate)
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