Terminate call programmatically

by Ajaz Ahmed » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 19:10:21 GMT


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Can any one tell me how can i hangup/terminate call programmatically?
With the help of intent.

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Imtiaz Ali Shah

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Terminate call programmatically

by Mark Murphy » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 19:13:48 GMT


 


1. Please do not cross-post. Post to a single list only, and only post
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time (e.g., 1 day).

2. You cannot "hangup/terminate call programmatically" from an SDK
application.

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Terminate call programmatically

by Ajaz Ahmed » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 19:24:14 GMT


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Terminate call programmatically

by Mark Murphy » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 23:09:43 GMT


 




I think you can programmatically enter airplane mode through
Settings.System, though I have not tried it. However, to hang up a phone
call, going into airplane mode is a bit aggressive -- you take out WiFi,
Bluetooth, and perhaps GPS (not sure if airplane mode affects that).

In terms of turning off just the GSM/CDMA radio...there might be a way,
but I don't know how.

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Terminate call programmatically

by Jack Ha » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 23:13:00 GMT


 You cannot hangup/terminate call programmatically.

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Terminate call programmatically

by Chris Stratton » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 23:14:10 GMT


 



Can you turn off the radio / enter airplane mode?   Or will that only
pop up a dialog for the user?

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