I've been reading the Nokia docs, and I *think* this is possible...at least I hope so. Is it possible to send an SMS message containing a file which can be launched by the Messages application on a 3650 or similar phone? In this case, the file contains an RTSP URL, which I want to be opened by RealOne (or Helix) Player.
The best way to illustrate what I mean is that if I make a file containing "rtsp://184.108.40.206:554/wtg-realmobile-8k/webtalk-8-28-2004-8k.rm", and I call that file "foo.ram", I can send that file to my 3650 via Bluetooth, and it will show up in Messages. If I try to open that message, Real immediately opens and plays the stream.
That's exactly what I want, but I want the file to arrive via SMS, rather than Bluetooth. Is there a way to format a text or binary SMS message so that the phone realizes it has received a file, rather than a text message or a known smart message type? I feel like the answer should be yes, but I can't quite figure out how.
I don't think MMS is an option because Java on the 3650 (which is what my app is written in) doesn't support it. Can it be done with SMS alone?