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  1. #1
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    Red face How to communicate with sim using java

    I want want to develop a mobile tracker for my nokia 5800xpress music( as a part of my academic project).The nature of my application is follows:
    1) it should auto start when the phone restart( Switch on) and check wether sim changed.
    if sim changed retive the current sim number(phone number or any thing related with that sim) and send to this data to a predefined number via sms.
    2) if it is possible it also calculate the gps location of phone .

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    My doubts are

    is it possible to create a project like this for the symbian OS using java only

    if it is,
    then how can we identify sim card changed and its number

    please send me the details.
    (if carbide c++ support please send me that information)
    Thanks in Advance

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    Re: How to communicate with sim using java

    1) For this, you can in certain circumatances get the IMSI (SIM card serial number, the International Mobile Subscriber Identification). Look up com.nokia.mid.imsi and its restrictions on
    http://library.forum.nokia.com/index...B925CF670.html

    2) JSR-179 will get you the info, if available. With an external Bluetooth GPS receiver, you can also use JSR-82. See the Location articles in the wiki:
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...ation_Articles

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