With Flash on Android, we have the ability to invoke the native Android SMS utility through classes in the
flash.net package based upon user interaction. We do not have the ability to supply any content for the text message, unfortunately. On Android, since all applications take up a full window, we must be extra mindful of any disruption this may cause while the user is interacting with our application.
Having the application invoke
navigateToURL and passing in a new
URLRequest with the correct URI prefix of
sms: will open the default SMS utility along with the specified phone number loaded up, ready to text. In this example, we will perform this action once a
TOUCH_TAP event is detected: ...