who put an icon in status bar to indicate the mobile network type?

by HelloWorld » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 16:56:44 GMT


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 In 1.5, I find an inco in status bar to indicate current network type
(2G or 3G). Would you please tell me which app sets this icon in
status bar? I'd like to go through the source code... Thank you in
advance.

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who put an icon in status bar to indicate the mobile network type?

by Mark Murphy » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 18:54:10 GMT


 


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Hi,

I've been looking at the API's and didn't found a way to get low-level
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It's straightforward to get cellid and location area code.

But I'm also looking for rxlev, rxqual, BCCH channel, BSIC, etc (in
GSM).

And similar information on CDMA/UMTS.

Anyone knows of a way to get this information?



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