Comment 3 for bug 1269017

Tony Espy (awe) wrote :

Standard text messages are usually encoded using 7BIT encoding.

When I send a message from Android to Touch using emoji, the message is encoded as UC2, however the decoding of this message ( which is done via a standard g_convert() call using the codepoints "UTF-8//TRANSLIT", "UCS-2BE" ) fails. So more investigation is needed into exactly how these messages are encoded.