Has any set up sipdroid with Gizmo and google voice and had success on the Incredible with Voip?I tried for hours last night with no success.If you have had success please share your procedure and settings. This is the walkthrough I was trying to follow: How To Set Up VoIP on the Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless using Sipdroid for Free Calls | Dave's Tech Shop
new to smartphones and taking a cruise in a couple months. A guy at work is trying to explain things to me as we run into each other. He says that if i setup a Google Voice # (I have) and get sipgate (I have) and download Fring (I have) i can pair google voice with sipgate, and call my google voice # through Fring (with Sip) over Wifi while on the cruise to make free calls. Is this true? I really havent done anything with Sipgate except set it up in Fring. If so, what do i do in Sipgate to pair with Google Voice? Then how do i use it? Is there another way? Or am i (or was he) way off base?He travels internationally and said he has been doing a lot of research lately.
I was curious if anyone knew if the internet connection on the Incredible (tethered through PDAnet to my laptop) has enough bandwidth/speed to support using my VOIP line.Sometimes my cable internet goes out and this would be a nice short term alternative.
Coming from a blackberry, I REALLY like the "phone calls only" setting. It meant that I didn't have to hear alerts all night for emails and text, but if someone called me I would know. is there a similar setting, or at least an app, that provides this function? I think it's a good idea for those of us who don't have a land line, and dont want to hear alerts all night but forget to take off silent in the morning.
I just can't figure this out. All I need to do is be able to make calls to other cells and landline phones over my wifi connection using my incredible ( i don't get cell service at home). No international calls. I have sip set up and fring. I can dial out on my dinc and i will hear ringing but but that is it. No one picks up. I have called my home phone and it doesn't ring.
Over the past week, the display on my DInc has been slowly tinting toward a redish/pink hue. It appears the greys are turning pink. Anybody having this problem with their device? Is there a setting to work out the color balance anywhere?
We use a hosted PBX solution that is VOIP. There is no VOIP andoid app from our provider but there is one for the iPhone.
However, we can call through our PBX by dialing our direct dial number, passcode and dial out - end result is the same, we call clients from our PBX with our company number displayed on caller ID.
The manual process is accomplished as follows.
1 dial our personal direct dial number 2 pause pause 3 enter # 4 pause pause 5 enter our mailbox security code (4-8 numbers) 6 enter # 7 pause 8 enter * 9 pause 10 enter # 11 enter 91 (9 for outside line, 1 for US) at this point we enter the 7 digit number and are connected
Can someone write an app or is one already written that will simply let us choose a contact to dial and have a popup as done in Google Voice
Call with Google Voice Call without Google Voice Call from PBX
I am thinking if you select call from pbx the app would simply dial steps 1-11 above and then enter the contact number to complete the call.
This has to be incredibly easy for guys... it would sure help us outside sales guys from dialing in through our corporate pbx's.
I downloaded the program from the market and got a sip account from iptel.org but I can't seem to get it working. It looks like it is registered but when I try to place a call it simply hangs the phone up.
I've been on the same phone plan for close to 17 years, same # same carrier etc. It's been a sweet deal for the most part since I'm a light user of phone time.
I pay $10 a month for 'service', I only pay .11 a minute for time talked which normally runs around 100 minutes a month. Average phone bill before getting an android phone was around $25. Well I added text for $5 and now the monthly data plan for $30. Out of the 5gb limit i used .160gb on average per month.
I've had google voice for a while so i turned off texting and now use that number for texting(which works really sweet) other than people complaining that I have a new # to text/call to.
Is there anyway to utilize the data package to use some sort of VOIP calling instead of my per minute charge? Either to reduce or eliminate the per minute charge?
I want to write an android program that connect to the Voip Accounting server, and after customer's verification, customer will be able to enter his/her phone number, after that communication is established. they talk to each other exactly as like as old phone communication.
I think best option is to turn off Both gps and network location settings, then just leave gps widget on home, if anything needs location, it will warn you....think that location burns battery, and I find with all off, google, and htc weather widget use my home location instead of current location.
I keep going back and forth to swype/stock (can type so easily and fast on swype but just HATE tap typing names into it, and hate when the "new world reminder pops up".so for now back to stock for you guys who can touch type FAST...what settings do u use
1) vibration on/off (i think i like it on...but when i type faster than it pulses it gets distracting
2) what is UP with the "check spelling before prediction"...what in heck does this do and is it good on or off
Im having a problem with getting individual ringtones set up. I download a few from mabilo ringtones but when i set them to my contacts it only plays the default one. I tried re-writing the download with ringdroid but that didnt work either. Any help or advice.
This question has been tossed around, but not really answered directly for the incredible. It appears that Android on the Incredible is different, so opening a contact, (people) on the Inc is nto the same as the Droid and edit/ringtone is not available.Can anyone give me a step by step of how to assign a specific ringtone to someone in my people/(contact) list?
I have noticed where it is sometimes mentioned that on the Inc, they go to settings and somehow monitor the signal strength.... like -80 to -90, etc. I have looked and can't seem to find it. In fact, I have looked all through various wigets and programs and still haven't found anything concerning signal strength...
I no there are like a gzillion threads about this not jst on this forum but on others too, but i just can't seem to grasp what their saying. Anyway the point is basically i would like a noob proof tutorial on how to get try voip over 3g. I have tried fring and the test call works but i dont know how to make my own calls. Sipdroid and asip really confuse me and dont seem to work (just get red light) apparently i need something like pbxes which confuses me even more. I do have magicjack but i don't have the proxy for it and as of now dont have my actually magicjack with me so i can never really get it.
I got a mytouch 3g figuring it would handle voip like iphone and wm phones. But to my dismay, it appears there are no true VOIP apps for android that will allow me to call over wifi/3G from Germany.
I have read about sipdroid, truphone, skype lite, iscoot and others, but they all make a local call first, even to members of the same service -totally defeats the purpose. You'd be better off using a calling card!!
Anyway, just wondering if I am missing something. I got an android phone because I wanted to be part of something different, with great potential. I just didn't realize that it would be different in such a disadvantageous way...
I know that this has been talked about in other threads. But I've looked and they're either old or it really didn't give me what I wanted. And I know there's a lot of knowledge floating around in this room.
I am going to Iraq in less than 3 weeks and want to be able to VOIP using my phone so I'm not connected to my computer. Is there an app that allows this for free or as close as to free as I can get. I have a Rooted Moto Droid.
Bottom line for a worry free, good quality VOIP service, what should I use?