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Hi ,

If during my socket operations, Somebody call me then what will be the behaviour of phone?

Is Phone is able to recieve phone call ?

What is the use of 4 TCP & 3 UDP port?

and

What are the points we should take care for TRUE BREW Testing in Socket Application?

Thanks

Regards
Parimal

Quote:Is Phone is able to recieve phone call ?
Depends on the type of network you are. In CDMA 1x EVDO or above you can have simultaneous voice and data call. But in older network you cann't have.
Quote:What is the use of 4 TCP & 3 UDP port?
Allows you to have multiple TCP/IP connection.

Quote:Is Phone is able to recieve phone call ?
Depends on the type of network you are. In CDMA 1x EVDO or above you can have simultaneous voice and data call. But in older network you cann't have.
Quote:What is the use of 4 TCP & 3 UDP port?
Allows you to have multiple TCP/IP connection.

Thanks a lot Ruben...

Thanks a lot Ruben...

One other variant - if you are on a CDMA 1x network that supports dormancy, you can receive voice calls when the data session is dormant.

One other variant - if you are on a CDMA 1x network that supports dormancy, you can receive voice calls when the data session is dormant.

Hi,
One important point to remember is One should cancel and release all socket connections while application being supsended by BREW platform by sending the EVT_APP_SUSPEND event
quoted from BREW Knowledge Base
Quote:
If the socket connection(s) are not released, the data call will not be torn down. The associated PPP channel will block the phone from making/receiving voice calls. This is true of current networks, and will change in later generation networks.
Hope it helps.
Regards,
Ali Naqvi

Hi,
One important point to remember is One should cancel and release all socket connections while application being supsended by BREW platform by sending the EVT_APP_SUSPEND event
quoted from BREW Knowledge Base
Quote:
If the socket connection(s) are not released, the data call will not be torn down. The associated PPP channel will block the phone from making/receiving voice calls. This is true of current networks, and will change in later generation networks.
Hope it helps.
Regards,
Ali Naqvi