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    Question Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Hi guys,
    I used " Location Acquisition API" to get the Latitude and Longitude info. Now the infomation is shown correctly in the 5800,such as "+60°32'33".628" !(the application is on 5800) But I need to send this location to another cellphone through SMS. The problem occured. The info on another device is shown like this "+60?32'33".628" . "°" replaced with "?". Could you please tell me why this problem occur? Thank you very much!

    PS:the symbol "°" I used "\xb0"...

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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by RB_Sahu View Post
    I'm not certain would the link really help on here, the actual problem on when characters in SMS get replaced by ?-mark, is caused by the fact that the corresponding character is not defined in 7-bi SMS character encoding, and to fix it, you should actually send the SMS as unicode encoded SMS message.

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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by symbianyucca View Post
    I'm not certain would the link really help on here, the actual problem on when characters in SMS get replaced by ?-mark, is caused by the fact that the corresponding character is not defined in 7-bi SMS character encoding, and to fix it, you should actually send the SMS as unicode encoded SMS message.
    I also face problem to send Lat and Long using SMS and I have solved in that discussion.
    So I thought may be it will help.
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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by RB_Sahu View Post
    I also face problem to send Lat and Long using SMS and I have solved in that discussion.
    So I thought may be it will help.
    Thank you for your advice, but the problem is still exist!

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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by leo_woo View Post
    Thank you for your advice, but the problem is still exist!
    It will be good to debugging your application and find in which line causes problem.
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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by leo_woo View Post
    Thank you for your advice, but the problem is still exist!
    So what did you try ?

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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by RB_Sahu View Post
    It will be good to debugging your application and find in which line causes problem.
    But how can i debug this app in carbide, it should be deployed on the device for sending sms!

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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    So lemmi repeat myself, What did you try ?

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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by leo_woo View Post
    But how can i debug this app in carbide, it should be deployed on the device for sending sms!
    you can do on device debugging.
    For on device debugging you can use following link.
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph..._-_screencasts
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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by symbianyucca View Post
    So lemmi repeat myself, What did you try ?
    loool
    I'm trying to use your advice "you should actually send the SMS as unicode encoded SMS message."

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    Re: Problem of Latitude&longitude showing in SMS!

    Quote Originally Posted by RB_Sahu View Post
    you can do on device debugging.
    For on device debugging you can use following link.
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph..._-_screencasts
    Got you! thanks a lot!

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