It’s been a while since I write an article, personal and work have been taken my time much lately.
What I will write is not a new things, maybe a lot of article already write this kind of feature. But yesterday I see this kind of project request in freelancer.com so I decide to create a simple sample and write an article about it.
Java Mobile (J2ME) application have a capability to send or receive SMS, but the phone need to support JSR-120 (Wireless Messaging API – WMA 1.0) or JSR-205 (WMA 2.0)
How to check if the phone is supporting this? Easy way if the phone’s brand website. For example for Nokia E72 we can see the technical specifications at http://developer.nokia.com/Devices/Device_specifications/E72/
If your phone doesn’t have WMA library the application will prompt error (the error can be different from one phone to another)
When debugging my wapsite, I want to know the header from mobile HTTP request.
It’s said from some mobile-operator, they’ll include msisdn info on HTTP header.
Now tcpflow come to rescue ^^
Just type “tcpflow -ci <your-ethernet> port <port-number>”
for example “tcpflow -ci eth0 port 80″
It’ll print on console all the request to port 80