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30th December 2011, 10:09 AM   |  #1  
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Hello!

I'm having a hard time finding an unbranded Wifi Calling application.
It's called Kineto Smart WiFi. If it can be found I'm assuming that it could just be a dropin replacement. Any and all information would be helpful.

kineto.com/images/smart_wifi/SO_WiFi_splash.jpg

The splash screen for the app should look like this or something very similar.


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30th December 2011, 10:28 AM   |  #2  
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you need to have either T-mobile or Orange as your cell carrier, those are the only two Kineto licensees that I know of (other than hardware preloads by Chinese phone makers Huawei & ZTE - not sure who you can use these phones with for wifi calling though)

If you have a phone designed for T-mobile or Orange in the last year or two, you probably already have the wifi-calling app (Smart Wifi) built-in anyway.

I could send you the app, but if you don't have both a carrier and phone on the very short approved list, it's not going to do you any good, because you won't get past Kineto's gateway.

So what phone and what carrier do you use, so we can even determine if what you are wanting is even currently possible?

here are the only phones that I know that will work with Smart Wifi (wifi calling):

T-MOBILE PHONES:

BlackBerry Curve 3G
BlackBerry Curve 8520
BlackBerry Curve 9360
BlackBerry Bold 9700
BlackBerry Bold 9780

HTC Wildfire S
HTC Sensation 4G
HTC Desire-Z
HTC myTouch 4G
HTC myTouch 4G Slide

LG DoublePlay
LG Optimus T
LG Maxx Touch

Motorola CLIQ 2
Motorola DEFY

Nokia E73 Mode

Samsung Exhibit II 4G
Samsung Dart
Samsung Gravity Smart
Samsung Galaxy S 4G

T-Mobile G2 (HTC)
T-Mobile Sidekick 4G (Samsung)
T-Mobile myTouch (LG)
T-Mobile myTouch Q (LG)
T-Mobile G2x (LG)
T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide (HTC)


ORANGE PHONES:

BlackBerry Curve 8520
BlackBerry Curve 9300
BlackBerry Curve 9360

HTC ChaCha
HTC Desire S
HTC Sensation
HTC Wildfire S

Nokia E5

Orange Barcelona
Orange Monte Carlo
Orange San Francisco II

Samsung Galaxy SII
Samsung Galaxy Ace


PS - Kineto wifi calling on my HTC T-mobile G2 over T-mobile rocks!
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8th January 2012, 04:15 AM   |  #3  
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I am trying to use Samsung Galaxy Ace on T-Mobile network. Is there any way to get this Kineto wifi calling app on my phone?

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8th January 2012, 11:57 AM   |  #4  
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have you tried truphone?
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Will the app work on HTC One X models???

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Originally Posted by WTF?

you need to have either T-mobile or Orange as your cell carrier, those are the only two Kineto licensees that I know of (other than hardware preloads by Chinese phone makers Huawei & ZTE - not sure who you can use these phones with for wifi calling though)

If you have a phone designed for T-mobile or Orange in the last year or two, you probably already have the wifi-calling app (Smart Wifi) built-in anyway.

I could send you the app, but if you don't have both a carrier and phone on the very short approved list, it's not going to do you any good, because you won't get past Kineto's gateway.

So what phone and what carrier do you use, so we can even determine if what you are wanting is even currently possible?

here are the only phones that I know that will work with Smart Wifi (wifi calling):

T-MOBILE PHONES:

BlackBerry Curve 3G
BlackBerry Curve 8520
BlackBerry Curve 9360
BlackBerry Bold 9700
BlackBerry Bold 9780

HTC Wildfire S
HTC Sensation 4G
HTC Desire-Z
HTC myTouch 4G
HTC myTouch 4G Slide

LG DoublePlay
LG Optimus T
LG Maxx Touch

Motorola CLIQ 2
Motorola DEFY

Nokia E73 Mode

Samsung Exhibit II 4G
Samsung Dart
Samsung Gravity Smart
Samsung Galaxy S 4G

T-Mobile G2 (HTC)
T-Mobile Sidekick 4G (Samsung)
T-Mobile myTouch (LG)
T-Mobile myTouch Q (LG)
T-Mobile G2x (LG)
T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide (HTC)


ORANGE PHONES:

BlackBerry Curve 8520
BlackBerry Curve 9300
BlackBerry Curve 9360

HTC ChaCha
HTC Desire S
HTC Sensation
HTC Wildfire S

Nokia E5

Orange Barcelona
Orange Monte Carlo
Orange San Francisco II

Samsung Galaxy SII
Samsung Galaxy Ace


PS - Kineto wifi calling on my HTC T-mobile G2 over T-mobile rocks!

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Can you use kineto on the hercules?

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From my understanding the tmobile wifi calling should be included in the default rom that comes with your thoughts fun. It is included in cm7 for g2. From what I read on just installing the apk it won't work because there are some deeper level integration needed

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