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[APP] vvm7 - Visual Voice Mail [U] 16/6/11 [V] 1.8 !! T-MOBILE/Orange/SFR Ok)

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19th April 2011, 02:00 PM   |  #1  
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[APP] vvm7 - Visual Voice Mail [R] 04/19/11 [U] 16/06/11 [V] 1.8 (Orange/SFR/T-Mobile ok)


EDIT 6/6/11 with 1.7: now with T-MOBILE USA compatibility !!!! read after
Thanks thesecondsfade for huge testing

Hi @ll,

here is my new contribution to the WP7 world

1. Title : VVM7 - a Visual Voice Mail

2. What it is for?
This app lets you get, listen, and manage your voice mail in a visual app (instead of calling your voice mail number).

You must know that kind of app if you already owned an iPhone, or Android, depending of course of your mobile operator.

3. Why homebrew?
Homebrew because currently the WP7 SDK doesn't allow to use some functions (the most important for my app is socket). So i use a hack (that can't pass certification marketplace), thanks to Jeremia Morrill


4. So what is inside?
For the moment, you can :
- get yours voice mails (and sync with the operator server)
- tap on a item to show details, and play button to listen
or
- double tap an item to automatically play the message
- delete a message
- call, send sms, save (to the calling number)



PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
First, the setup:
- install the app
- go to settings, and put the server, port, login and password
- go to "Inbox", and clic the right button to refresh data

CURRENT STATUS:
Orange (France) :eek:K
SFR (France) : OK
T-MOBILE : OK
Sprint : tests in progress (I need Sprint server configuration. If you have any information, give us!)

CONFIGURATION:
In most of the cases, visual voice mail is an option in your mobile plan. You need some information to make my app works, with a simple SMS. Simply send a text (in CAPITAL letters) to a number and wait for the answer.
BUT the answer is class 0 sms, and it seems that WP7 doesn't show them. So :

1. Use an old phone, no smartphone (because iPhone, Android seem to hide the SMS too).

2. Depending of your operator (remove quotes and type the text in capital letters):
- ORANGE france: SMS with text "STATE" to 21101
- SFR france: SMS with text "TEST" to 8860
- T-MOBILE USA : SMS with text "Activate:dt=6" to 122. In app, for authentication mode, use DIGEST-MD
And write down login (param like user= ***** or u=******), the password (param like pw=******) and so on for server url and port (must be 143)

3. Launch vvm7 and go to settings, type what you've noted before. Go to mailbox and press the sync button (top right)






Download xap here

CHANGELOG:
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v1.8 :
- multithreading optimizations
-NEW design for some parts (buttons, setting "window")
- a few optimizations
-NEW (trial) : WiFi detection and desactivation possibility. Sorry for now reactivating WiFi on quit doesn't work
-NEW : autosync option (so a sync process is launched at startup)
- 1 or 2 bugs fixed

v1.7:
- T-MOBILE USA compatibility !!!!!
- added authentication mode
- bugfix

v1.6:
- big network optimisation, sync is now very quick (a few secondes)
- rewrite of message core system (working on DIGEST-MD5 login)
- SFR is now working
- many bugs fixed
- and a lot more, check http://www.bebtech.fr/dev/wp7/projec.../CHANGELOG.txt (in french only)
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Great... I'm waiting for it for a while

Do you need some help ?

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Yes some help would be appreciate. You can easilly try the app, and report any problem.

If you can develop:

- I'm looking how to catch sms (class 0 or flashsms) to get parameters automatically, and check for new messages (the server send sms when a new message is available)
- I'm looking for multitask, so I can check for new messages in background
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Whoa, this looks awesome. Great work. I'll be following your progress.
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It accesses your carrier's voicemail directly? IE: T-Mobile USA?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TheBeO

Yes some help would be appreciate. You can easilly try the app, and report any problem.

If you can develop:

- I'm looking how to catch sms (class 0 or flashsms) to get parameters automatically, and check for new messages (the server send sms when a new message is available)
- I'm looking for multitask, so I can check for new messages in background

try to contact shapman for multitasking if you want some tips

editoops,forgot...thanks mate for this great application
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Quote:
Originally Posted by thesecondsfade

It accesses your carrier's voicemail directly? IE: T-Mobile USA?

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Originally Posted by fb401

Whoa, this looks awesome. Great work. I'll be following your progress.


For now it works with Orange France, that's the only one operator that I know parameters.

If you can search for yours operator config, I will try to update my app, make change for it. Can you have a look and report here? thank you in advance.

@djcedric: yes that's a good idea, I will contact Julien ;)
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It accesses your carrier's voicemail directly? IE: T-Mobile USA?

can you try this? I found it with a google search on "T-Mible USA vvm server parameters"
  1. To start, turn off Wi-Fi. You can only connect to the voicemail IMAP server over operator (3G, Edge, ...) connexion.
  2. Make sure you have the Visual Voicemail service activated on your account (go to http://m.web2go.com/dsb/vvmupsell from Safari)
  3. Send the following SMS message to the number "122": "Activate:dt=6" (without quotes)
  4. You will receive a response from "129" that looks like this: Code:
    //VVM:STATUS:st=R;srv=vvm.tmomail.net;ipt=143;u=#### ######@vms.eng.t-mobile.com;pw=#######;rc=0;lang=1|2|3|4;g_len=180; vs_len=10;pw_len=4-7
  5. Note your username (u=) and password (pw=), server (srv=) and port (ipt=)

But under WP7, that kind of sms are not shown, in my case. Please try with your phone and an old one if you have one (no iPhone nor Android, same case as WP7).
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TheBeO

can you try this? I found it with a google search on "T-Mible USA vvm server parameters"

  1. To start, turn off Wi-Fi. You can only connect to the voicemail IMAP server over operator (3G, Edge, ...) connexion.
  2. Make sure you have the Visual Voicemail service activated on your account (go to http://m.web2go.com/dsb/vvmupsell from Safari)
  3. Send the following SMS message to the number "122": "Activate:dt=6" (without quotes)
  4. You will receive a response from "129" that looks like this: Code:
    //VVM:STATUS:st=R;srv=vvm.tmomail.net;ipt=143;u=#### ######@vms.eng.t-mobile.com;pw=#######;rc=0;lang=1|2|3|4;g_len=180; vs_len=10;pw_len=4-7
  5. Note your username (u=) and password (pw=), server (srv=) and port (ipt=)

But under WP7, that kind of sms are not shown, in my case. Please try with your phone and an old one if you have one (no iPhone nor Android, same case as WP7).

I don't get a text response after sending the Activate:dt=6 command to 122.

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