A large number of SMS messages are being sent. Select "OK" to continue, or "Cancel" to stop sending

by jawwad.farooq » Fri, 14 Jan 2011 21:08:51 GMT


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 Hi,

My application is sending around 300 messages in a go. But after
sending about 100 messages, an Alert appears each time before sending
the remaining messages. Alert says:


"Unknown application a large number of SMS messages are being sent.
Select "OK" to continue, or "Cancel" to stop sending"


If everytime I press the OK button, the messages keep on going but If
I am unable to click within some time(dont know the exact timeout), my
application stops and the SIM services are re-intiallized(means
suddenly there is a cross on the network signals and then it comes
back).

Please help me as I am stuck at this point and the project deadline is
over my head.


Regards

Jawwad

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Re: A large number of SMS messages are being sent. Select "OK" to continue, or "Cancel" to stop sending

by TreKing » Sat, 15 Jan 2011 02:25:43 GMT


 




May I ask what for? Do you hate your users?

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transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

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