Push registry in J2ME

Posted on 2006-05-11
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
Please explain how can I start a MIDlet using Push Registry from a Web server?? Are code examples available??
Question by:arijit_rebaca
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    You may find that your device or your carrier does not allow you to use push registry to launch MIDlets from a text message.  There are work arounds.  For example, this page provides a technique that works for Sprint PCS phones that does not rely on push registry:

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    Thanks for ur responses. But my purpose is not achieved.

    What I want is to start a MIDlet as a response to an incoming activity thru SMS or any other method except alarms.

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    bglodde and I both provided working examples which launch a MIDlet as a response to an incoming SMS.  Do you have a more specific question?  What device are you using?  Who is your wireless carrier?

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