How can I store call actions(Incoming, Dialled, Missed)

by Arnaud Weber » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 20:58:43 GMT


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 The sms and call application is not part of the sdk. It's from another
project that is installed as default and open sourced. Unfortunately it's
very badly documented.

This project contain a TelephonyProvider. I've never used it so i'm not sure
it's gonna fit your needs but that's worth to take a look.

Here is the source code :

 http://android.git.kernel.org/?p=platform/packages/providers/TelephonyProvider.git ;a=blob;f=src/com/android/providers/telephony/TelephonyProvider.java;h=59c046f66b041da400359b65790fb273a16cdc2a;hb=HEAD

Hope it helped,
Arnaudweb


2009/4/13 ak_ <karako...@gmail.com>



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How can I store call actions(Incoming, Dialled, Missed)

by Adem KARAKOLLU » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 21:12:48 GMT


 Thank you.i found my answer in content providers of android.providers.calls
/ callLog
This is a content providers. I m trying to see results. Thank you.







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