Wap Receiver

by havi » Sat, 03 Apr 2010 02:35:13 GMT


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 Hi!

Im currently devoloping (well, trying to) a wap receiver application.
ive seen this hex-string in the debug window that when converted to
ascii, displays the text of the message.

but ive got no idea how to get that hex string programatically from
the message? i know how the debug window does it, but that class used
is not part of the api. can anyone please help me out on that?

thanks

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