location: droidradar.com - date: November 3, 2012
SIP Softphone | Open Source SIP Softphone | SIP Softphone Download | SIP VoIP Softphone
The facility of making and receiving calls directly from the desktop computer or a laptop makes the voip technology and SIP Softphone software much popular in the business world. Now one can make and receive calls even while doing some work on their computer. The clarity of audio and the marginally low call rate has made this technology to eliminate the traditional telephone network from the business desks. There are various voip software provider companies who are providing quality and robust SIP Softphone that can provide numerous other advance features other than just sending and receiving calls. They also let user to make customization according to their use and look while purchasing this software.
When it comes to the voip facility with mobility the SIP Softphone is what gets the upper hand than the landline voip phone. You can use the voip calling facility anywhere in the world by using th
[Xposed][MOD][Android 4.4+] SMS, USSD and native SIP dialing for the Nexus 7 GSM/LTE
location: androidpark.com - date: December 9, 2013
Xposed module to enable SMS, USSD and native SIP dialing on Nexus 7 GSM/LTE
I've created an Xposed module to give you a very simple and secure way to enable SMS, USSD and the native SIP dialing function on your Nexus 7. With this module you are now OTA-ready, as you don't have to revert to stock before applying an OTA, because you will not get the popular checksum error, because you don't have to flash anything (except Xposed) and thus don't modify any important file(s).
If you don't know the Xposed Framework click here to read about it in the Xposed Module XDA-thread.
You will find the Xposed module in the Google Play Store and in the Xposed repo.
Watch it in action
Runs Like Butter [Anywhere]:Android (and iOS) VOIP/SIP/XMPP Specialist
location: androidpark.com - date: April 22, 2013
We are looking for a talented Android (and possibly iPhone) developer who is experienced in VOIP.
Skills Required:SIP (for audio and video calls)
XMPP (for presence and messaging)
We would like a person who has experience with using a sip stack library for making audio and video calls (H264 for video, ilbc, opus or similar for audio) and using an xmpp library for mobile phones (mainly Android but iPhone is also a big plus). Also that person should know how to use NAT traversal technologies like ICE protocol, STUN, and TURN servers. Also big plus is knowledge of adaptive bit rate and other means of changing video and sound quality based on the quality of internet connection.
To apply, please send an email with your application to tin.sesnic (at) butterflymx.com
location: droidradar.com - date: June 16, 2010
Is anyone successfully using a sip client on their Evo? We have tried with not very good results and have been told it is a Sprint issue. If you are using one successfully, which sip client are you using...Sipdroid? Is Sipdroid the only android sip app?
Sound issues with SIP applications
location: droidmania.com - date: October 28, 2010
I have tried Linphone and Sipdroid, and both of them redirect the audio through the back speaker instead of the front one. When I try to enable the speaker mode on these apps, it makes the volume louder on the back speaker, but nothing comes from the front.
Fring works fine though - after I enable/disable the speaker mode.
I guess I'm not the only one having this problem:
Issue 341 - sipdroid - Audio is playing on the back speaker not on the earpiece - Project Hosting on Google Code
So my question is - is anyone who has a Samsung intercept successfully able to hear sounds through the front speaker using SIP apps?
SIP application for Galaxy pocket (GTS5300)
location: droidmania.com - date: October 8, 2012
Please I just got a new galaxy pocket. I am running trixbox VOIP/IPPbx application in which I want to connect to this samsung phone. I have search google play but most of the available app are not compatible with it. Can anyone tell me which SIP application works well with galaxy pocket.
[Q] No native VoIP app ? (aka. SIP)
location: androidpark.com - date: December 2, 2013
I can't find the internet calls settings on my phone and I would like to know if it's just me or Motorola decided not to add the native VoIP settings on this phone. I have the 16 GB version bought in UK, unrooted & bootloader locked, so I didn't changed a thing.
location: androidpark.com - date: February 11, 2013
It's supprising how few people use sip at least those who own Razri. I found it very useful and money saving, especially when travelling.Unfortunatelly Razri uses proprietary phone.apk as a part of Motoblur and Motorola stripped off the entire Internet calling part from the application. It was the case in previous ICS and it remains in JB. Other manufacturers which opt for the similar solution use predictive way to remove android.software.sip.xml from the system and change sip value to false in framework-res.apk. But not Motorola. It obviously used more sophisticated approach. Both above mentioned files remains intact as far as the sip is concerned.
There is an application on the Google Play named Sipswitch which enable widget to enter voip credentials. In previous ICS you couldn't activate the connection. Suprisingly with JB the system accepts the credentials and communicates with the VOIP provider. And the SIP app appears as an extension of the Motorola Phone.apk. But unfortunate
Battery life with native sip client (incoming calls enabled)
location: androidpark.com - date: May 3, 2012
Curious if anyone is using this feature on a daily basis? Just got a Sensation. ARHD, tmobile wifi calling all day along with the sip client, so no gsm at all. Didn't use it all too much. Maybe 40 minutes total of screen time, and 20 minutes of sip calling. Battery lasted about 11 hours.
Retrying today with a new Anker battery.
SIP client with VOIP call plan Advice needed
location: droidmania.com - date: August 22, 2010
I am finally ditching Vonage. I got tired of taking the receiver everywhere I go. I want to place VOIP calls on my EVO.
I am looking for a replacement. Of course I would like to use my data plan and/or WiFi to place VOIP calls.
I have read several threads on how to configure SIP clients to get free calls over WiFi; but that's not really what I am looking for. I place a few calls abroad on a regular basis. I need to find a VOIP provider (I don't mind paying) that is compatible with a SIP client on Android.
I have looked around and found a couple of companies. these three have caught my attention.
Does anybody have any experience with any of these companies? How is the service? Do you really get what you pay for?
Would you advise on other solutions?
Please share your experience. Any help would be greatly appreciated.