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Fring for Android
Subforums: Mobile Telephone Case Law
I'm under tight time constraints with a case and have some flags in the Fring application on Android, specifically the fring.db file that I don't know.
Going on guess work it would appear that;
12 is an incoming message
5 is an outgoing call
This leaves me 4, 6, 7 and 8 to work out. My normal approach would be to use one of our test handsets and populate it with data however if anyone has an idea what these could be, that would be greatly appreciated.
My guess work is based upon what appears to be a received message stating that the call to a user was unsuccessful and then almost immediately before there is an entry with a 00:00 duration that is to the same contact.
Any time there is an unsuccessful call message, it is preceded by the same contact details as the user mentioned in the message and has the same 5 flag.
Edited to add, if you need version numbers I can supply those.