February 22nd, 2012, 07:35 PM
A question to the devs
So, I'm in the process of designing an android app, and as I'm not adept at finding things i the API yet, I have a question to ask o all you android devs out there.
Is there a line of code that will send a text to a phone number from the phone's default texting service? Is it possible?
This is what i mean. Say I have a Motorola droid on Verizon with a texting plan, and (in the program) a string. and I click a button in my program that says 'text'. Is there any way to get the device to text the String using Verizon's data plans? Like, a legal, normal text, just sent from an external program. Can anyone tell me that?
Thank you, and sorry for my verbosity.
March 4th, 2012, 12:32 PM
I've personally never done this before, but a quick google turned up a class called SmsManager.
Originally Posted by pipsqueaker117
Probably a good place to start:
Edit: just found a great example: http://mobiforge.com/developing/story/sms-messaging-android?dm_switcher=true