The user prompt is caused when I make network telephone call via a Flash Lite Application installed on my Nokia 6680.
I have built a Flash application which makes repeated telephone calls to the same phone number after a given period of delay without any user intervention other than initiating the process. This works as follows: With the telephone number and redial time delay (e.g. 180 seconds) parameters set, the process is initiated. The time delay counts down and when zero is reached, the telephone number is dialled. At this point the time delay is reset and is counting down to make the second call. (Note: The telephone numbered dialled would be purposely terminated prior to the second call being made). The process would continue until the application was stopped.
After the time delay has reached zero, instead of the phone commencing dialling the number, the user is presented with an authentication message as follows. 'The current Flash content is attempting to dial this number’. The user is then prompted to either 'Allow' or 'Deny'. If the user selects 'Allow', the phone continues to make a network connection and dial the number as normal. Thus, the prompt prevents automatic repeating cycle.