Telematics SDK - User Guide  v1.11.0
Sending SMS

Please follow below steps to send an SMS to any mobile number.

1. Get the PhoneFactory and PhoneManager instances.

auto &phoneFactory = PhoneFactory::getInstance();
auto phoneManager = phoneFactory.getPhoneManager();

2. Check if telephony subsystem is ready

bool subSystemsStatus = phoneManager->isSubsystemReady();
2.1 If telephony subsystem is not ready, wait for it to be ready

Telephony subsystems is to make sure that device is ready for services like Phone, SMS and others. if subsystems were not ready, wait for unconditionally.

if(!subSystemsStatus) {
std::future<bool> f = phoneManager->onSubsystemReady();
subSystemsStatus = f.get();

3. Instantiate SMS sent and delivery callback

auto smsSentCb = std::make_shared<SmsCallback>();
auto smsDeliveryCb = std::make_shared<SmsDeliveryCallback>();

3.1 Implement ICommandResponseCallback interface to know SMS sent and Delivery status

class SmsCallback : public ICommandResponseCallback {
void commandResponse(ErrorCode error) override;
void SmsCallback::commandResponse(ErrorCode error) {
std::cout << "onSmsSent callback" << std::endl;
class SmsDeliveryCallback : public ICommandResponseCallback {
void commandResponse(ErrorCode error) override;
void SmsDeliveryCallback::commandResponse(ErrorCode error) {
std::cout << "SMS Delivery callback" << std::endl;

4. Get default SMS Manager instance

std::shared_ptr<ISmsManager> smsManager = phoneFactory.getSmsManager();

5. Send an SMS using ISmsManager by passing the text and receiver number along with required callback

if(smsManager) {
std::string receiverAddress("+18989531755");
std::string message("TEST message");
smsManager->sendSms(message, receiverAddress, smsSentCb, smsDeliveryCb);

6. Receive responses for sendSms request