Alex 13 September 2006
About the recording function, in WinCE based mobile there are some third-party applications to support this. So is in palm OS based mobile. I have being searching for an open-source one, but haven't got any. Would you please give some suggestion? Thanks.
One listed feature is DTMF support, should this be a hardware feature and given support by hardware or we should implement by software in Dialer?
(Sean Moss-Pultz) A: This is supported by Ti. We just need to impliment the UI. Please read this spec if you want more information. I'm going to write more details for this feature within the next few days.
Tony guan 03:05, 6 September 2006 (UTC): Q1: I think this design should be closely combined with the hardware button design. Some feature can be called or completed by directly press the hardware buttons. For example, call the history, or call directly from the current input by pressing the green call button. such as the nokia cell phones.
Alex Q: In old specification (Call Handler Application Specification v0.2), there is another mode called "In Call", both of the Incoming and Outgoing mode will switch to "In Call Mode" after taken some action. However, call handler application is not listed in the Application Page now. Does this mode won't need any more or there will be other countermeasures? Thanks.
Tony guan 08:45, 8 September 2006 (UTC):
Q1:Talking about the phone application stay on backgroud, should we consider the offline mode now? or other profile settings. It will determine the status of the underlayer libgsmd.
( Sean Moss-Pultz) Q: Do you mean where the RF is shutdown? Or when their is no GSM signal? We currently support a mode called Flight Mode, where all RF will be shutdown.
Q2:So 'Profile Setting' should be an application. It will allow user to select the ring volume or vibrate or not.
Tony guan 06:03, 11 September 2006 (UTC)：
Q:Dear Sean, could we first make clear what the phone application should be like? Let's focus on the basic function first.
( Sean Moss-Pultz) A: Do you mean from a "look and feel" standpoint? Or from a feature set?