- '//SCKE2' and '//SCKL23F4' formats can send business cards (vCards) using 'Narrow-Band Socket'. Mobiles that do not support WDP-over-SMS send business cards this way. It is used by old Nokia mobiles that support b'card over Smart Message and some non-Nokia mobiles (for instance SE P800).
This format is interpreted by all the Nokia mobiles.
'//SCKE2' is the oldest format, able to send short vCard (that fits one SMS).
'//SCKL23F4' is a newer format, it supports concatenation.
- '0x06050423F40000' format is used to send WAP vCard (or vCard-over-WDP). In this case, the UDH contains 7 bytes (0605...) that announce a vCard (port 9204 = 0x23F4). This format is supported by many lastly released Nokia phones and maybe other ones.
May somebody send the list of mobiles that send vCards over '//SCKL23F4', '//SCKE2' or WAP vCard formats ?
May somebody send the list of mobiles that interpreted any of these 3 formats ?
I'm having difficulty in sending vcard thru sms when it exceeds 160 chars. How should i use the header //SCKL23F4 to concat the chars beyond the 160. Below is an example of what i send. I send this as one sms only. I hope you can help me.