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location: androidhospital.com - date: August 18, 2014
Are you sure of your love compatibility with your partner? Or maybe, there is someone out there who could be your perfect match? "I am sure that we could be more than just good friends..." How many times have you thought those words to yourself?
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Enter your's and partner's first and last name.
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Video Calling app in android. using sip and voip.
location: droidmania.com - date: November 13, 2014
How to make video calling app in android using sip ,voip ,java and eclipse tool?
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.
Integrated SIP Client?General
location: droidmania.com - date: November 27, 2012
I've read that starting with Gingerbread, Android has a native SIP client built in that is integrated with the phone app. But when I bought a Droid 4 that had ICS on it I couldn't find it, and neither Motorola or Verizon had any idea what I was talking about. Is a built-in SIP client on any of the Galaxy Note 2's?
SIP calling tricks, e.g. dialing rules?Support
location: droidmania.com - date: January 22, 2011
Hello all, I am trying to use SIP calling and while it works, I find the phone rather lacking in choices regarding how to choose which method is used to make a call. I can either get it to ask me every time I make a call (when I'm on wifi), make calls by internet by default, or always use the mobile network. There is no option to use the mobile network for all calls but to dial a specific number via SIP, e.g. I can't bring up the phone app and elect to dial a call via SIP. I also can't set up any rules, e.g. dial all calls with a certain prefix via SIP where available. A good feature let down by a lack of user choices.
I have tried playing with Tasker, but I can't find anything in there to permit redirection of a call to make it go via SIP.
Does anyone know of a tasker/locale plugin which can control SIP calling, or know of an app using the native SIP client that can implement dialling rules to permit SIP calls to be made depending on the number dialled, or at
Google Nexus 5 SIP Client I know it was in there....
location: droidradar.com - date: November 18, 2013
So, I was trying to locate the native SIP client in the settings in my Nexus 5, and I cannot find those settings.
Am I getting "sometimers" disease (where I remember things sometimes) or is no longer there?
Any help out there?
OK, Found it. Opening the phone app itself, on the menu is Settings, then select Call Settings.
I can't imagine how it took so much effort to find. In some ways Android is like punishing Helen Keller - they rearrange the furniture as punishment!
The "Killer App"...SIP?
location: droidradar.com - date: December 7, 2010
It sounds like a boring feature, but I think it has a lot more power than it appears. I don't mean power do do things on your phone...I mean power to change an industry!
What SIP has the power to do is decouple voice service from the data service on a phone. Who needs to shovel piles if cash at a carrier for minutes, if a VoIP carrier can provide unlimited minutes for cheap?
Now...Google has implemented the foundation API's and support in a way that anyone can use them for their own service. Already it may make sense to sign up for a $10 or $20 SIP account to bypass carrier minutes. I may do just this on Dec 16th...I hardly use voice at all...looks like I can get unlimited incoming for $10/month, with 2 cents/min outgoing.
Prediction...what's next? Google Voice over IP.
The wireless carrier is suddenly a dumb IP pipe like Google wants them to be. I'm sure there are people inside Google doing this already...it's a simple matter of software configuration.
I suspect this
Native SIP Client (Where is it?)
location: droidradar.com - date: October 14, 2013
For some reason I couldn't find the native SIP client on this phone. On my Note 2 N7100 it's under Settings-> Call Settings-> Accounts-> SIP
Will someone please show me where it's hidden? Thanks!
Note: LG G2 international version D802 32GB.
Anyone have a decent voip/sip solution?Support
location: droidmania.com - date: January 15, 2012
I recently moved and really can't get a signal at all unless I have the phone by the front window sill. I'm considering a pcs repeater, but would much rather find a viable voip / sip solution, even if it means paying per minute.
First, I tried GrooveIP, fiddling with the different audio processing. It seems that no matter what, I'll either have insane echo, choppiness, or flat out lack of sound for the first 10 seconds or so of every call. After that, it seems to have the potential to work wonderfully up to a minute or so, when it'll go silent for a few seconds or drop the call. I've played with the wifi settings (and with cm7, I believe the timeout is 15 minutes or so anyway). All in all, pretty unusable.
Next, I used sipdroid to sign up for a pbxes account. Sipdroid itself is a horribly buggy app, at least on the Triumph. For the most part, I seem to be able to hear the other person crystal clear, although the volume is low despite my adjustments. Apparentl
VoIP/SIP on EVO
location: droidmania.com - date: December 16, 2010
How big of a deal is the 2.3Gingerbread's native support for SIP VoIP telephony?
What are you currently using?