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Hello

We have developed an application that ocassionally transmits data to an outside server. Each transmission takes 4-10 seconds, however during that time the phone cannot receive otuside calls - ie an outside caller would be sent straight to voicemail.

Would this be an issue for TRUE BREW testing?
If so, is there a method to transmit data that would not cause this interference?

Thanks so much,

Pete

Hello
We have developed an application that ocassionally transmits data to an outside server. Each transmission takes 4-10 seconds, however during that time the phone cannot receive otuside calls - ie an outside caller would be sent straight to voicemail.
Would this be an issue for TRUE BREW testing?
If so, is there a method to transmit data that would not cause this interference/ allow calls to come through?
Thanks so much,
Pete
( I posted this in the 2.0 forum before discovering this one, sorry for the double post)

Hello
We have developed an application that ocassionally transmits data to an outside server. Each transmission takes 4-10 seconds, however during that time the phone cannot receive otuside calls - ie an outside caller would be sent straight to voicemail.
Would this be an issue for TRUE BREW testing?
If so, is there a method to transmit data that would not cause this interference/ allow calls to come through?
Thanks so much,
Pete
( I posted this in the 2.0 forum before discovering this one, sorry for the double post)

No, this is a carrier-mandated behavior on devices that you can't influence.

No, this is a carrier-mandated behavior on devices that you can't influence.

Thanks for the response.
But I am confused.
Do you mean that data will always take precedence over voice calls and as such the data stream will not be interrupted by a call?

Thanks for the response.
But I am confused.
Do you mean that data will always take precedence over voice calls and as such the data stream will not be interrupted by a call?

One final thing, would this behavior effect true brew testing in any way?
Thanksa again for your help.

One final thing, would this behavior effect true brew testing in any way?
Thanksa again for your help.

Existing data calls take precedence over incoming voice calls if the carrier mandates this behavior on the network and device side (it would be possible for an incoming voice call to interrupt a data call if so desired). Your application cannot change this and you won't fail TBT due to it.

Existing data calls take precedence over incoming voice calls if the carrier mandates this behavior on the network and device side (it would be possible for an incoming voice call to interrupt a data call if so desired). Your application cannot change this and you won't fail TBT due to it.