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Whether GPRS connection is lost when we receive a call???

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Whether GPRS connection is lost when we receive a call???

Postby Akshata » Thu May 06, 2010 5:30 am

Suppose we are using GPRS connection in one application and we receive a call. What happens with that GPRS connection?? Whether GPRS connection is persists or disconnected??

Thanks......... :)
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Re: Whether GPRS connection is lost when we receive a call??

Postby androidjutsu » Thu May 06, 2010 9:09 am

The data connection is suspeded during a phone call and then reinstated upon the end of the call, unless I'm mistaken.

I don't think it is possible to override this, but I think be wrong...

Akshata wrote:Suppose we are using GPRS connection in one application and we receive a call. What happens with that GPRS connection?? Whether GPRS connection is persists or disconnected??

Thanks......... :)
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Re: Whether GPRS connection is lost when we receive a call??

Postby Akshata » Thu May 06, 2010 1:55 pm

Thanks for replay...:)

It means, if I am downloading something using GPRS connection and call comes, then the GPRS connection is suspended and my downloading too. When call ends my downloading starts again..is it so??

Or I have to re-initiate the down loading?
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Re: Whether GPRS connection is lost when we receive a call??

Postby androidjutsu » Thu May 06, 2010 2:39 pm

The download will suspend and resume after the calls end I believe.

I've been downloading things, restarted my phone and had them resume. Whether or not they start from 0% again, I do not know...


Akshata wrote:Thanks for replay...:)

It means, if I am downloading something using GPRS connection and call comes, then the GPRS connection is suspended and my downloading too. When call ends my downloading starts again..is it so??

Or I have to re-initiate the down loading?
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