Port directed SMS

by thesquib » Fri, 20 Feb 2009 11:32:13 GMT


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 What happens to messages sent to a device via a port directed SMS?
They are not *visibly* picked up by the phone, and do not broadcast an
intent - so they seem to disappear into the ether. Is there some way
to receive a port directed SMS or are they discarded?

I believe the message is being sent with the following header
structure:
06 // UDH length
05 // 16bit port addressing
04 // 4 bytes follow
23 F5 // Destination port
00 00 // Source port

Thanks,
Squib
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Port directed SMS

by thesquib » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 03:58:08 GMT


 No information on this? I have been testing, and experimenting sending
messages to the G1 using a GSM modem and have made no progress.



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