SMS Nuke is a great program but it has one disadvantage - you cannot make a fake call to someone. I don't know how it's called in English, but in Poland we call it 'strzałka' and it means that we do a call and before a person answers it we hang up so the other cellphone only rings It's very annoying and can make people mad :] So I wrote this small app to send multiple sms and repeat calls.
The name doesn't mean anything but it polish we have a dirty word and the name is this word but with two letters changed by place. This logo shows how it looks:
Here's the main window:
English is supported to:
'Podziękowania' means 'Thanks to' but it's in polish, why? It's my personal decision and I won't change it
In the first text box you can write a receiver (or receivers) number (separated by a semicolon, but when you add a number from More -> Add contact, or by pressing OK on the number text box, the semicolon is added automatically). The 'repeat:' change to a number of attempts of the destination mode. Then choose 'call time' - it's the time from the number dial to call hangup (but it's not necessary when you're using SMS), then choose 'break time' - it's a break between a call hang up (or when SMS is send) to next attempt.
When you use call repeating it's very possible then someone can answer it before the program automatically hangs it up. So Wrukwiacz is designed to instant hang up the call when the victim answers it
But the overall time for the call is 1-2sec and that costs to, so remember that.
More -> Mode, there you can choose if all attempts will be done for one receiver and then to another from the list, or alternately for every one receiver. Just try it to know how it works.
While using Automated SMS, you can save them to the registry and later open them.
Wrukwiacz was tested on WM6.0, 6.1 and 6.5 on Standard and Professional versions.
I'd like to thank my friend Daria Bu. for personal testing my app
- .NET CF 3.5
- unlocked device (to save SMS and checked options)