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Old 09-10-2007, 01:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys!

I have an app that could listen to a phone call, but that is when my app is opened by clicking an icon. Now, I want my app to be accessed in a different way... I was wondering if it's possible to alert my app to make it some sort of listener when an outgoing call is made through the blackberry contacts/addressbook application? Thanks!
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Hi nimbus_cloud,

Implement PhoneListener interface to Intercept any outgoing call.

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Thank you, arifzaman. However, I need my app to listen for outgoing calls without actually opening the app. It's like I want my app to run in the background or something.
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Welcome nimbus_cloud!

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Thank you, arifzaman. However, I need my app to listen for outgoing calls without actually opening the app. It's like I want my app to run in the background or something.
Code:
public final class BackgroundPhoneCallListenerApp extends Application 
  implements PhoneListener {
  
    static public void main(String[] args) {
        BackgroundPhoneCallListenerApp app = new BackgroundPhoneCallListenerApp();
        app.enterEventDispatcher();
    }
    
    private BackgroundPhoneCallListenerApp() {        
        Phone.addPhoneListener(this);        
    }
    
    // Here, Implement methods of PhoneListener interface
}
Hope this will Help!

Cheers,
ARIF

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Hi

Can you please say whether I should check the Options for

Run on StartUp

System Module


Other than the code , what all do I have to set in the Project properties ?
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