The Wireless Messaging API (WMA) 2.0 is a superset of WMA 1.0 (JSR 120). It gives Java ME developers the ability to send and receive messages via the Short Message Service (SMS), Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), and Cell Broadcast Service (CBS) formats. Because messaging is one of the more popular uses for mobile handsets, WMA allows developers to incorporate messaging into other applications on these devices. For more information on WMA visit java.sun.com/products/wma.
||Version of the Wireless Messaging API supported by the device. For example, "
||The Short Message Service Center Address for sending messages. The address must be defined.|
||The Multimedia Message Service Center Address for messages. The address must be defined.|
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