connectionless WAP Push (SMS Push)

by Joo » Sat, 19 Jun 2010 03:12:42 GMT


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 I am trying to implement SMS Push function on my application. The SMS
Push message's data type is EMN(E-Mail Notification) or SL(Service
Loading).

I heard that there is a concerning point. When Android platform
retrieved SMS Push message from server, the SMS Push message will be
broad casted to all messaging related applications -including Native
INBOX-, and binary SMS message is going to be saved into the Native
and messaging related application's INBOX.

Is that true comment? If true, how can I avoid that circumstances?

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