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How to make a call and send SMS from WRT

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* URI stands for Uniform Resource Identifier which is an application-level protocol used to obtain resources on the Internet.  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:52, 5 July 2012

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  • URI stands for Uniform Resource Identifier which is an application-level protocol used to obtain resources on the Internet.
  • S60 web browsers supports protocol handlers which will invoke appropriate application for handling different URI schemes.

[edit] Make a call

<a href="tel:5674534343">Call</a>
  • Above link when clicked brings up the dialog to complete the call.

[edit] Sending an SMS

<a href="sms:57454533223?body=This%20is%20a%20sample%20Sms.">Send SMS</a>
  • Above link when clicked brings up the SMS editor with pre-filled phone number and message body.


Originally Contributed by vasant21

This page was last modified on 5 July 2012, at 05:52.
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