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I will develope a Program:set the Background Picture of Mobile phone.
How can I do?Using which Brew Interface?
Thank you!

Nobody Can help me?

Nobody Can help me?

There is no API to directly set the background (wallpaper) on a phone. You can, however, save an image to the shared directory (AEE_SHARED_DIR) using IFileMgr, and then set it as the phone wallpaper within the native interface. Be sure to check the Device Data Sheets to verify that your handset supports this capability, and the wallpaper images are stored within the shared directory.

There is no API to directly set the background (wallpaper) on a phone. You can, however, save an image to the shared directory (AEE_SHARED_DIR) using IFileMgr, and then set it as the phone wallpaper within the native interface. Be sure to check the Device Data Sheets to verify that your handset supports this capability, and the wallpaper images are stored within the shared directory.

Thanks for your Reply!
But I have some confuse: What's "the native interface"?
How can I get it?
Quote:Originally posted by mohlendo
There is no API to directly set the background (wallpaper) on a phone. You can, however, save an image to the shared directory (AEE_SHARED_DIR) using IFileMgr, and then set it as the phone wallpaper within the native interface. Be sure to check the Device Data Sheets to verify that your handset supports this capability, and the wallpaper images are stored within the shared directory.

Thanks for your Reply!
But I have some confuse: What's "the native interface"?
How can I get it?
Quote:Originally posted by mohlendo
There is no API to directly set the background (wallpaper) on a phone. You can, however, save an image to the shared directory (AEE_SHARED_DIR) using IFileMgr, and then set it as the phone wallpaper within the native interface. Be sure to check the Device Data Sheets to verify that your handset supports this capability, and the wallpaper images are stored within the shared directory.

The native interface is what the OEM has included on your phone (outside of BREW). Many native UIs have a picture gallery function that can be used to browse the images in the shared directory and assign them as wallpapers, others allow the wallpaper to be set from the display section of the phone settings menu.

The native interface is what the OEM has included on your phone (outside of BREW). Many native UIs have a picture gallery function that can be used to browse the images in the shared directory and assign them as wallpapers, others allow the wallpaper to be set from the display section of the phone settings menu.

Thanks for your Reply!:D
Through your explain ,I have understood native interface .
But Where can I get it?
From Mobile Phone Manufacturer or some website?
Quote:Originally posted by mohlendo
The native interface is what the OEM has included on your phone (outside of BREW). Many native UIs have a picture gallery function that can be used to browse the images in the shared directory and assign them as wallpapers, others allow the wallpaper to be set from the display section of the phone settings menu.

Thanks for your Reply!:D
Through your explain ,I have understood native interface .
But Where can I get it?
From Mobile Phone Manufacturer or some website?
Quote:Originally posted by mohlendo
The native interface is what the OEM has included on your phone (outside of BREW). Many native UIs have a picture gallery function that can be used to browse the images in the shared directory and assign them as wallpapers, others allow the wallpaper to be set from the display section of the phone settings menu.

its already on the phone when you get it... that is why it is called "native"
-Tyndal

its already on the phone when you get it... that is why it is called "native"
-Tyndal

:DSorry,I have not clearly express my meaning!
It's meaning to: I want get the documents of native interface!
Then I can call these native interfaces in my program!
So how and where can I get theses Documents?
Form Mobile Phone Manufacturer or Some Websites?
Thanks!
Quote:Originally posted by tyndal
its already on the phone when you get it... that is why it is called "native"
-Tyndal

:DSorry,I have not clearly express my meaning!
It's meaning to: I want get the documents of native interface!
Then I can call these native interfaces in my program!
So how and where can I get theses Documents?
Form Mobile Phone Manufacturer or Some Websites?
Thanks!
Quote:Originally posted by tyndal
its already on the phone when you get it... that is why it is called "native"
-Tyndal

The native interface is not a programming interface, it's the graphical user interface running on the phone (perhaps the term operating system is more familiar to you?). For more information on accessing your phone's native capabilities, check out the manual that came with it.

The native interface is not a programming interface, it's the graphical user interface running on the phone (perhaps the term operating system is more familiar to you?). For more information on accessing your phone's native capabilities, check out the manual that came with it.

I am not familiar with the term operating system.
And I have not these manuals.
Can you give me some manuals for LG, Samsung?
Thanks!
Quote:Originally posted by mohlendo
The native interface is not a programming interface, it's the graphical user interface running on the phone (perhaps the term operating system is more familiar to you?). For more information on accessing your phone's native capabilities, check out the manual that came with it.

I am not familiar with the term operating system.
And I have not these manuals.
Can you give me some manuals for LG, Samsung?
Thanks!
Quote:Originally posted by mohlendo
The native interface is not a programming interface, it's the graphical user interface running on the phone (perhaps the term operating system is more familiar to you?). For more information on accessing your phone's native capabilities, check out the manual that came with it.

Check out the website for the company that manufactured your phone, many companies offer the manuals as a download. Go to the product support or product information sections, and browse through the links to see if what you need is available.

Check out the website for the company that manufactured your phone, many companies offer the manuals as a download. Go to the product support or product information sections, and browse through the links to see if what you need is available.

Thanks!
I will try!
Quote:Originally posted by mohlendo
Check out the website for the company that manufactured your phone, many companies offer the manuals as a download. Go to the product support or product information sections, and browse through the links to see if what you need is available.

Thanks!
I will try!
Quote:Originally posted by mohlendo
Check out the website for the company that manufactured your phone, many companies offer the manuals as a download. Go to the product support or product information sections, and browse through the links to see if what you need is available.