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    Trigger camera sensor when picture is taken

    Is it possible (and how) to trigger an event when a picture is taken? So when it is taken, my application can ask what you want to do with the picture.

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    Re: Trigger camera sensor when picture is taken

    Are you talking about MIDlet and a situation where the user uses any application to take a picture and you want the phone to launch your MIDlet after the picture was taken?
    If this is the scenario you were thinking, then the asnwer is no (you cannot start the MIDlet with an event from the camera).

    Hartti

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    Re: Trigger camera sensor when picture is taken

    Quote Originally Posted by hartti
    Are you talking about MIDlet and a situation where the user uses any application to take a picture and you want the phone to launch your MIDlet after the picture was taken?
    If this is the scenario you were thinking, then the asnwer is no (you cannot start the MIDlet with an event from the camera).

    Hartti
    No, I already read that this is impossible.
    When the app (MIDlet) is running in the background, it has to observe if a picture is taken.

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    Re: Trigger camera sensor when picture is taken

    That is not possible either (unless your application is used to take the pictures)

    Hartti

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