When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by vistodavid » Fri, 20 Feb 2009 16:58:05 GMT


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 I want to know when will Android support Multiple PDP, it is
urgent, please tell me if anyone knows, thanks in advance.

    BR,
    -David
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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by David Hu » Fri, 20 Feb 2009 17:14:19 GMT


 More specifically, as I know, Symbian 7.0s & higher support Multiple
PDP, that's mean you can create multiple, for example, GPRS context & use it
simultaniously(such as MMS & WAP & Inet context)...
Does Android support this feature? If not, when will it support?  Please
help me.

     BR,
     -David




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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Jon Colverson » Sat, 21 Feb 2009 00:55:59 GMT


 


The Android roadmap mentions upcoming support for multiple APNs:
 http://source.android.com/roadmap 

Is that the same thing?

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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by David Hu » Sat, 21 Feb 2009 05:06:59 GMT


 Thanks, Jon. It seems the same, but why I can't open this page
 http://source.android.com/roadmap , which always report "can't find the
server"?  Is it public acess?  Would you please tell me when and which
release will support this feature? Thanks again.

BR,
-David






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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Jon Colverson » Sat, 21 Feb 2009 09:21:47 GMT


 


Yes, it is a public server. It's working for me. Perhaps it's a
geographic problem. Anyway, here's what the page says:

"Support for multiple APNs - This feature will enable the different
applications to connect to different Access Point Nodes (APNs). For
example, a web browser can connect to an Internet APN connection while
the MMS can connect to a separate MMS APN."

That's listed under the section for Q4 2008, so obviously that's
already passed. Does anyone know if this feature has made it into the
open source project yet?

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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Anonymous Anonymous » Sat, 21 Feb 2009 09:23:18 GMT


 yes, so we do have a new road map?






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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by David Hu » Sat, 21 Feb 2009 16:47:26 GMT


 Thanks, Jon and Anonymous, it makes sense to me. If possible, I want the
official release number, such as Android 1.0 or Android 1.1 or CupCake
release or Android 1.x, 2.x......
   Anyone knows the release version of Android?
On Sat, Feb 21, 2009 at 9:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous <






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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Tote » Sun, 22 Feb 2009 06:54:56 GMT


 Well, according to  http://www.3g4g.co.uk/Tutorial/ZG/zg_pdp it is not 
the same. Multiple APN means that you can use different connections at
the same time. Whereas multiple PDP contexts means that you can use
the same connection with different configurations (e.g. QoS).





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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Dianne Hackborn » Sun, 22 Feb 2009 06:56:47 GMT


 The original release was 1.0, the release that just went out was 1.1, and
Cupcake is still in development so does not have a version number.









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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by David Hu » Sun, 22 Feb 2009 10:39:11 GMT


 Any more on Android?








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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Long » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 01:27:39 GMT


 I got same doubt.
I see the cupcake code,Google still highlight //TODO:Increase this to
match the max number of simultaneous PDP contexts we plan to support.

It obviously Google hasn't supported the Mutiple APN (simultaneous PDP
contexts), it's not meet to their announce roadmap.

So far if we want to active the second PDP context(ex: MMS),Andoird
will disconnect first PDP (ex:internet)then recovery it until MMS
sent.




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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Long » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 01:31:45 GMT


 Test








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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Long » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 01:32:04 GMT


 test








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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Long » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 01:32:04 GMT


 test








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When will Android support Multiple PDP?

by Long » Tue, 24 Feb 2009 01:32:06 GMT


 I got same doubt.
I see the cupcake code,Google still highlight //TODO:Increase this to
match the max number of simultaneous PDP contexts we plan to support.

It obviously Google hasn't supported the Mutiple APN (simultaneous PDP
contexts), it's not meet to their announce roadmap.

So far if we want to active the second PDP context(ex: MMS),Andoird
will disconnect first PDP (ex:internet)then recovery it until MMS
sent.








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