hangup outgoing call programmatically - is this even possible?

by choon » Tue, 30 Mar 2010 03:09:13 GMT


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 Hi,

I am new to Android. I would like to create an application that will
hang up an outgoing call after it has been ringing for several
seconds.

Based on what I have read in the discussions so far, we can abort a
call that has just been initiated by using setResultData(null) on the
BroadcastReceiver. This just means we can effectively censor calls
only. Not exactly what I am trying to achieve.

If the ability to abort a call after it has started ringing is not
supported by the SDK, what other means is there for me to achieve
this? Are there any internal functions that I can use?

Thank you in advance.

Kind regards,
choon

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