How to intercept SMS without loading SMS to UI?

by Kenny Yu » Wed, 11 Mar 2009 17:48:01 GMT


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 Requirement:
1. The program must be on top of SDK only, no hacking!
2. When a TEXT SMS is arriving to Android mobile, the program must
intercept the TEXT SMS to analyze the SMS content (access the whole
SMS data)
3. In terms of the SMS content, the program determines if the SMS is
erased as it doesn't exist. No notification, no update to Inbox UI.
4. Power cycle the Android phone, the SMS is not seen at Notification
or message Inbox

Can any one help with the solution? Or which API shall we look into?

Kenny
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How to intercept SMS without loading SMS to UI?

by Gulfam » Wed, 11 Mar 2009 20:33:12 GMT


 Hi all,

My requirements are same as mentioned by Kenny Yu
any one can help regarding this that How discard or delete that sms at
interception time.

Regards,
Gulfam



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How to intercept SMS without loading SMS to UI?

by Kenny » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 17:36:26 GMT


 I didn't know how to get it on top of SDK. Any activity can override
BroadcastReceiver::onReceive() or IntentReceiver::onReceiveIntent() to
know incoming SMS. I didn't know how to stop Mms activity getting the
SMS_RECEIVE intent.

Any idea if we use internal JAVA API (not in SDK though)?

Kenny




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