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[App] Download T-Mobile Wifi-Calling App from G2 here !

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By jroid, Senior Member on 13th October 2010, 05:05 AM
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Everyone's been asking about it. Everyone wants it. Here it is, the wifi calling app from the G2! I've installed and runs perfectly fine on my vibrant running JP3 froyo 2.2. My home network is weak so i can't really test yet. Kudos to @Official_Drizzy for the .apk
Install with your preferred method of install, I used astro just fine, or push it to /system/app via adb. Whatever floats your boat.

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13th October 2010, 05:07 AM |#2  
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I wonder if this would work on Bionix 1.8? I don't mind testing, but if anyone knows the answer...
13th October 2010, 05:11 AM |#3  
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I wonder if this would work on Bionix 1.8? I don't mind testing, but if anyone knows the answer...

just install it, it won't hurt to try. If it doesn't, then remove it.
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13th October 2010, 05:24 AM |#4  
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Doesn't look like it works at the moment... the app gets to the point where it says 'Enabling...' and doesn't do anything after that. It never goes unresponsive though. I'll keep messing around and see what happens.
13th October 2010, 05:30 AM |#5  
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It is being discussed in another thread... But it won't work yet with the vibrant. Something to do with the kernal.

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13th October 2010, 05:35 AM |#6  
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It is being discussed in another thread... But it won't work yet with the vibrant. Something to do with the kernal.

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I thought it had to do with localhost?
13th October 2010, 05:36 AM |#7  
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Perhaps it only works on 2.2

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13th October 2010, 05:38 AM |#8  
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Would love to get this thing working. Once it is, would it be possible to call using 3G instead of WIFI? Haven't they done it on Skype.

I wouldn't also mind having Skype work for my Vibrant either
13th October 2010, 05:39 AM |#9  
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Looks like im going back to Froyo!
13th October 2010, 05:42 AM |#10  
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Would love to get this thing working. Once it is, would it be possible to call using 3G instead of WIFI? Haven't they done it on Skype.

I wouldn't also mind having Skype work for my Vibrant either

The Wifi calling app is merely using your Wifi as a poor-man's femtocell to allow you to have clear voice calls if your in areas where decent voice signal isn't available and Wifi is. Granted, this would also have significant benefits when roaming or traveling where Wifi is available too...

But....

This uses the minutes allocated in your service plan.... So being hacked to run on 3g would be pointless...
13th October 2010, 05:45 AM |#11  
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doesn't seem mines is having an connectivity issues YET. It says i'm connected to my home network but that i can't use wifi-calling because the network is too weak.

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