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Free incoming & outgoing calls via your tf-101

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By MagnusRagnarok, Retired Recognized Developer on 14th June 2011, 02:47 PM
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FREE INCOMING AND OUTGOING FOR YOUR TF-101

hello everyone. just posting this little tut to help you get your tf setup to have phone funtionality. just one more way i use my tf. works great as a secondary phone when you are on tab and phone is elsewhere if you dont care to that is fine but please dont bother posting unless you are interested or care to help improve this process. THANKS!

Materials:
GoogleVoice setup and #
csipsimple or sipdroid
android device with data connection/wifis
ipkall number for free calling

Instructions:
Step 1:
Download SIPDroid from the Market Place
Step 2:
Obtain a google voice account
Step 3:
Launch SIPDroid and instruct it to create a PBXes.com account for you with your google voice account information
(attn:sipdroid cannot auto config pbx atm due to shortages so you will have to config your pbx yourself until the issue is resolved )
Step 4:
Go to IPKall
Step 5:
Go to the settings of SIPDroid and write down the first account information (should be XXXX-200@pbxes.com)
Step 6:
On IPKall, put in the XXXX-200 for the sip # and pbxes.com for the sip proxy
Step 7:
Register your IPKall number with Google Voice (if gives an error ask it to Verify the information. It will then dial your SIPDroid software and ask for a 2 digit number. It might take a couple of times before it recognizes it.)
Step 8:
You are now ready to make calls and receive calls.

I will be posting some vids as soon as i have some time...

REFERENCE MATERIALS

if you are having issues or need more help, pm me or check some of my most useful Reference Materials on this topic below:

Reference 0
(my first thread on this topic with vids for cdma galaxy tab many resources)
Reference 1
(gurnted blog about sipdroid/sipgate/ipkall/sipsourcery setups)
Reference 2
(big part of setup procedure)
Reference 3
(public stun servers list)
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14th June 2011, 02:54 PM |#2  
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Hey Skype is $2 a month for unlimited nationwide calling. But thanks for all the instructions though. I'm interested in sip, how's the quality compared to Skype?

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14th June 2011, 03:06 PM |#3  
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Or buy the groove IP app...
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Or buy the groove IP app...

True, and it works well, but it isnt free. Thanks for the walkthrough magnus.
14th June 2011, 06:36 PM |#5  
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I just bought GrooveIP and it work perfectly .... thanks to whom suggesting it

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the delay is close to 2 secs.
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I can't seem to get the IPKall number verified through google voice. I keep pressing the 2 digit code google tells you to use but she keeps saying "sorry, I didn't get that" then eventually saying "sorry that you're having trouble, please call back later"
Am I doing something wrong?
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Shame it's only US
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Should edit title to say [US-Only]

Even if you manage to activate outside of US using a US #, anyone calling that number will be charged international fees (since its a number in the US) and you can't forward Google Voice calls to your own phone outside of US.
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Cool try this...
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Originally Posted by david279

Hey Skype is $2 a month for unlimited nationwide calling. But thanks for all the instructions though. I'm interested in sip, how's the quality compared to Skype?

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great. however you must setup your delay settings and use a diff stun server if delay or feedback is present. refer to my references under stun servers if this is the case for you. i notice after extensive testing that when im testing while both devices are in the same room, you will have feedback sometimes; however when i call my friends,fam,fiance, they dont hear it.

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Or buy the groove IP app...

hmmm...

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Originally Posted by dcmtnbkr

True, and it works well, but it isnt free. Thanks for the walkthrough magnus.

np ^_^

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Originally Posted by deymayor

the delay is close to 2 secs.

i have made adjustments. delay for me is minimal. otherwise i would not use this as a secondary phone. it would be useless.

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Originally Posted by minhgi

I just bought GrooveIP and it work perfectly .... thanks to whom suggesting it

Sent from my Transformer TF101 using Tapatalk

installing....

Quote:
Originally Posted by chodemickey

I can't seem to get the IPKall number verified through google voice. I keep pressing the 2 digit code google tells you to use but she keeps saying "sorry, I didn't get that" then eventually saying "sorry that you're having trouble, please call back later"
Am I doing something wrong?

this is a known issue. refer to 2nd page of my 1st reference material.

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Shame it's only US

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Should edit title to say [US-Only]

Even if you manage to activate outside of US using a US #, anyone calling that number will be charged international fees (since its a number in the US) and you can't forward Google Voice calls to your own phone outside of US.

where else would i be? lol. sorry about that. ive lived in N.america my whole life. will add to op. thanks for suggestion.sorry it wont work for you.
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