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Identifying dropped and normally ended calls on a windows mobile phone

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Hi

We need to identify difference between a dropped call and normally ended calls in windows mobile phone

Dropped calls: Call diconnected due to no n/w signal, low battery level...etc

Normally disconnected calls: Call ended by either user

Is there a way we can identify the above scenario.

Is there any API we can use to identify the same

At present we are using Microsoft Phone API to read the CALLLOGENTRY structure

The CALLLOGENTRY structure has an fEnded variable which is supposed to return TRUE when it is normally ended call and FALSE if it is a dropped call.

But we always get -1.

Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated.

Thanks and Regards

-Beena

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hello beena,

where you able to find a solution to your problem regarding detecting call drop.

i am too fa.cing the same problem any help would be appreciated

ThankYou

Hi

We need to identify difference between a dropped call and normally ended calls in windows mobile phone

Dropped calls: Call diconnected due to no n/w signal, low battery level...etc

Normally disconnected calls: Call ended by either user

Is there a way we can identify the above scenario.

Is there any API we can use to identify the same

At present we are using Microsoft Phone API to read the CALLLOGENTRY structure

The CALLLOGENTRY structure has an fEnded variable which is supposed to return TRUE when it is normally ended call and FALSE if it is a dropped call.

But we always get -1.

Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated.

Thanks and Regards

-Beena

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