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Anyone please clarify.

On the link " http://help.frontlinesms.com/manuals/1.6.16.3/forms.htm" in section "Sending your completed form to a mobile phone" , it is mentioned that for form sending to mobile, the mobile must be java based and internet(GPRS) connection is must.

 

while on the link "http://www.kiwanja.net/blog/2009/03/frontlinesms-now-with-forms/" it is mentioned that "The form is then encoded and sent via SMS to any number of handsets running the FrontlineForms client, a small program which runs on a wide range of Java-enabled handsets. Once these handsets receive a new form, the Java client interprets the data, saves the form layout and displays a mobile version ready for the fieldworker to complete"

Now if the form is send through SMS then their is no need of GPRS or Internet?

 

As I am facing a problem of frontlinesms installation and my mobile device is not java based. So clarify this point. Thanks

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Respected Sila Kisoso, 

I am thankful to you for such a nice reply. I am also thankful to frontlinesms for providing me this opportunity. Once again lots of thanks.  

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