android.telephony

by run99ner_ff » Tue, 10 Feb 2009 06:40:10 GMT


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 I understand that android.telephony.PhoneStateIntentReceiver has been
retired.

How can I get the 3 neighbor's cell id and signal strength?

Thanks!

run99ner_ff

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android.telephony

by pynetmony » Wed, 18 Feb 2009 01:33:55 GMT


 


Why is has this be done? I need that.

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android.telephony

by run99ner_ff » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 05:18:38 GMT


 Okay, I have found a way to get the cell id, lac, ncc, bcc, (bsic),
rxLev, rxQual, C/I, neighbor info, gsm & umts information.  Launch the
Dialer app and type *#*#7262626#*#* . . next push the "Menu" key and
select "Test Item".

But I'm still disappointed as there are more than 10 screens.  I would
love to know what the API's are so I can write an app that allows the
user to select what information they want to see.  I simply want to be
able to see only what I want on just one screen without scrolling.

I wonder if Google is purposely avoiding my questions because they
don't want to give out those API's?  Are there any Google employees on
these blogs?

Thanks!

run99ner_ff
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android.telephony

by Joe Petruchi » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 13:19:51 GMT


 HI when i type this code in emulator the number disappears.

Do you know why my dialer application is not supporting this ??

regards
Joe





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