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  1. #1
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    Maximum Phonebook Capacity

    Hi All,

    Is it possible to get the Maximum Phonebook Capacity through J2ME? For example a Phone may have 1500 Contacts in Phone memory, 250 Contacts in SIM memory. Can we get this programatically?

    Thanks,
    Sandeep

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    Re: Maximum Phonebook Capacity

    Hi,

    PIM API gives the list of contacts in enumeration and it don't have a size method. So, you need to apply your own logic to fetch out the number of contacts from it. Try to go through enumeration API you may found out some way for it.
    Sunil
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    Re: Maximum Phonebook Capacity

    Hi Sunil,

    Thanks for your reply. Yeah there is items() method for PIMList interface. But it would give us the contacts present in the Contact List. I need to find out how many more contacts the Contact List can have i.e can be added to Contact List.

    We get this in Phone Specifications like No of Contacts 1500 etc. May be we dont have API to get this Maximum capacity.

    Thanks,
    Sandeep

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