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Determine if a device/phone can record (has built-in-bridge)

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Subject: RE: Determine if a device/phone can record (has built-in-bridge)
Replied by: Abhishek Malhotra on 24-06-2010 05:45:08 AM
In coming release, we are adding functionality to expose whether a Terminal(phone) has built in bridge enabled or not, so that should help but as of today this information is not exposed.
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Created by: Chikeobi Njaka on 23-06-2010 10:04:19 PM
Dear Gang;
I need to find a way to determine if a phone/device is a
G-series phone. The XModel and XProduct enums do not include all the G
series phones (such as 7906G). Does anyone know a way to determine if a
phone is the newer G-series or better yet, if the phone is capable of
recording using the Built-In-Bridge? I need to do this programmatically.
Thanks

Subject: RE: Determine if a device/phone can record (has built-in-bridge)
Replied by: Chikeobi Njaka on 24-06-2010 03:22:57 PM
In coming release, we are adding functionality to expose whether a Terminal(phone) has built in bridge enabled or not, so that should help but as of today this information is not exposed.

Understood. In the meanwhile, is there a way, perhaps using a combination of AXL commands and/or IPPhone XML, that this can be "deduced"?

Subject: RE: Determine if a device/phone can record (has built-in-bridge)
Replied by: David Staudt on 24-06-2010 03:35:47 PM
Via AXL getPhone, there is a <builtInBridgeStatus> element (returns on/off/default.)  If this element is present and 'on' or 'default' this may tell you want you want.
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