Looking through the 1.4.2 documentation, I see that sms_send() has a parameter for callback (to test if the message was sent, etc.) But mms_send() does not seem to have it.
Also, is there any way to send a multipart message (.wav file AND also a .jpg?)
Finally, I was looking through the source modules to see if there was a hidden option in mms_send(), but I am a newbie and all I find in the nokia opensources is the C++ extension libraries, but there seems to be also somewhere Python wrappers that are imported. (I did not see them in the SDK). Where can I find the actually python import libraries so that I can understand better what they are doing?
I looked at your examples. And I am doing pretty much exactly what you illustrate. (and my example also works).
What I was asking in my note was
1) is there a cb (callback parameter) and why not, SMS has one.
2) background sending of mms messages
3) multipart mms messages (one can do it from the native mms function but I don't see how to do it programatically
4) where is the python extension for messaging, audio, etc.
hi DrYSG again
i think there is no call back to mms_send(). if you want to do that you can change the source of the messaging module. I am also searching for the code.
Moreover one more option is of writing an extension bit tough option.
If you are referring to the Python modules that are imported by "import...", those are in C:\RESOURCE (I have Python on phone memory, but I think the same location is used if you have it on memory card)