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Old 07-26-2008, 07:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default PushRegistry Application Launching on Sprint

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I am trying to launch my application via an SMS to the PushRegistry. I have registered the application on a specific SMS port (in the JAD file), and send the SMS to the port using the SMS format //wma:<port> message. This works correctly for non-BlackBerry (feature) phones (i.e., Motorola RAZR, SLVR, etc.) and launches the application. However, for Sprint BlackBerries, all SMS messages are going to the default inbox and don't launch the application. For GSM networks (i.e., AT&T, T-Mobile), we have set the SMS port in the UDH header, and this works fine for BlackBerries and feature phones. Can anyone tell me the correct way to launch an application that is registered on a specific port in the Push Registry via an SMS message on the Sprint network?
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For sprint network you can use
messaging.sprintpcs.com/textmessaging/composeconfirm
and send a http post request with require parameter.
message format should be
message = "//wma:" + port + " " + message;


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For GSM networks (i.e., AT&T, T-Mobile), we have set the SMS port in the UDH header, and this works fine for BlackBerries and feature phones.
Can you please tell me service you are using for AT&T, T-Mobile.

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