Start Application when a call is received

by timothy.wahmh...@hope.edu » Tue, 09 Jun 2009 01:14:31 GMT


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 Is there a way to make my application start whenever an incoming call
is being received? As a three part question, is there a listener that
would tell me when a call is incoming (at the screen that shows who is
calling, but not yet answered), would this best be implemented as a
application or a service, and finally what would need to be done to
begin the application or service when a call is received?

Any insight would be appreciated. Thank you.

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