Is it possible to read cellular-network messages?

by David Turner » Wed, 01 Apr 2009 20:25:43 GMT


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 I believe most radio messages are handled by the radio firmware which, in
the case of the G1 and ADP1,
runs on a separate ARM9 processor which doesn't share a memory bus with the
ARM11 Android itself
runs on. In other words, they are not available.





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