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Fri Jul 11 15:04:28 CEST 2008
Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
> Am Freitag 11 Juli 2008 12:50:31 schrieb Tilman Baumann:
>> I think the FSO guys could pick up this idea and integrate this in their
> Absolutely. Cell Broadcast is a really underrated feature.
oh, by the way.
With J2ME you can send sms messages to port and listen on ports. Don't
know what this is about. But J2ME uses this a lot to notify programs
But can't see any mentioning of it in the SMS FSO API.
What immediately comes to my mind is some remote event notification
system like they have on the iPhone. The 'using too much power with
background processes' problem would subscribe to openmoko too.
With something like this you could pt your phone to sleep but would be
woke up via the network to receive new messages like IM, Mail whatever...
A system like this would involve costs for each SMS sent to the device.
But maybe someone could ma a good deal with some SMSC provider and
provide a open and flexible notification system for opensource phones...
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