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hi,
I am trying an application where I want to block a certain system notification.More precisely I want to hide the incoming call notification from the user.The user should not be notified about a specific incoming call.Initially I was trying to do it via PhoneListener.But then I felt that my application can listen to event but cannot handle those events.I think I can use "net.rim.device.api.notification" for handling the incoming call notification generated by the system.Using methods like "NotificationsManager.cancelImmediateEvent" and/or "Consequense.stopNotification" .Can somebody pls tell if i am thinking on right lines.

Or can I remove the incoming call notification event from systems event queue.

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Meenal

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