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>. Apart from that, an emergency call shouldn't be > any easier than a normal call, the phone still needs to do all the basic GSM > networking things (signalling etc) before a call is even possible. +1 to that. Actually it might even be a bit "harder" because although the normal call has already been developped and tested, but the emergency code probably not either. (Or if written it's not tested ... it's not like we can easily dial the emergency service 50 times to test code paths on real networks for testing ...) Cheers, Sylvain