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Old 11-03-2008, 04:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,


I am trying to develop small application for call handling.I am using the Phonelistener sample code. Here i am having some doubts.

1. Actually i tried to dial a number(9986866605) then i need to cut the call(disconnect) and added the international code(+919986866605), and redial the call through this number(+919986866605).
Using the PhoneListener sample code is it possible? Please help me i need this very urgent. International Code means(MCC).


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Suresh A
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did you find a way to do it ?
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