Native IM application

by AP08 » Wed, 14 Jan 2009 01:50:51 GMT


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 Hi,

Since gtalkservice is not present in SDK 1.0 onwards; how can i use
the native IM client (provided by Esmertec) ? The IM client code does
not compile.

Or where can I get the source code /jar file for the required
packages ?

thank you,
Amit
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Native IM application

by Andrew Stadler » Wed, 14 Jan 2009 02:44:25 GMT


 Hi Amit-

Questions or issues regarding the open source build or debugging
platform applications should be posted to android-platform.  This list
is for discussion development of apps using the published SDK.

See <source.android.com/discuss> for more information

Thanks
Andy




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