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Sip Internet Calling on Gingerbread 2.3

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12th January 2011, 01:09 PM |#31  
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Have you guys noticed any differences in standby battery life compared to Sipdroid?

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Definite improvements!

Are you sure? I'm getting about 180mA of power drain in standby with the same settings as Sipdroid (port 26999, TCP, routed over PBXes)

If I turn off "receive calls" in the Gingerbread call settings and then turn on Sipdroid, my standby power use drops to about 5mA, which is what I had on CM6.

Any ideas? The internet calling is useless for me with this high battery drain
 
 
12th January 2011, 07:08 PM |#32  
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any other suggestions for a sip provider? I am new to this, but got the functionality working with a sipgate account... only 60 free minutes though.

Basically want to know the cheapest way of doing this.

Recommendations?
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13th January 2011, 01:06 AM |#33  
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I have the same problem too when i connect to my Simple Asterisk Server.

How to fix this problem?? Help me.

I solved my problem with "called out of network"

If you can recieve calls, try calling the phone and recieve a call.
Check the call-log, the number that called should have an ip-adress behind it, like:
071532312@10.10.10.10
Enter that ip-adress as your server in the sip-settings, that did it for me.

Hopefully this can help some one else too
14th January 2011, 03:28 PM |#34  
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ah bummer. I'm getting a "Called out of Network" error when placing SIP calls to landline . Receiving calls just fine.

Can't post links, but this may help you:
forum.sipsorcery.com/viewtopic.php?t=3029&p=18029#p18098
14th January 2011, 03:53 PM |#35  
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Thanks to Fekalen and BinaryTB.

That's link help me a lot .

Thank you very much.
14th January 2011, 04:46 PM |#36  
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I have one more question.
Is Android 2.3 support SIP Video Call?If yes,how to use it

ps. My Own Asterisk is support Video Call.
14th January 2011, 06:40 PM |#37  
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I have one more question.
Is Android 2.3 support SIP Video Call?If yes,how to use it

ps. My Own Asterisk is support Video Call.

I don't think anything core Android has video calling yet (couldn't find any setting related to it in my Nexus S either, sip or no sip). Separate apps needed.

I wish Gingerbread's SIP had DNS SRV lookups and for some reason it won't connect to my Asterisk via TCP, UDP works and TCP works via cSipSimple. But regardless, I have to stick to cSipSimple, just because I've got Google Voice set to "use for all calls" and the Gingerbread SIP "Ask every call" or "Use for all calls" get overriden by GV.
14th February 2011, 03:49 PM |#38  
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I've been having issues with one of two things. Either 1) my calls will be dropped after about 10 minutes, or 2) after some indefinite amount of time, the other party isn't able to hear me, although I am able to hear them perfectly well.

Does anyone have any ideas? It's extremely frustrating.

Running the latest CM nightlies.
14th February 2011, 11:36 PM |#39  
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Can someone explain how to set this up? I know the option is there in Call settings but i dont know how to set it up to use my google voice number. Is there a tutorial somewhere?
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I've been having issues with one of two things. Either 1) my calls will be dropped after about 10 minutes, or 2) after some indefinite amount of time, the other party isn't able to hear me, although I am able to hear them perfectly well.

Does anyone have any ideas? It's extremely frustrating.

Running the latest CM nightlies.


I'm having a similar problem- every SIP call last 30sec- 60sec then the other party can't hear me while I can hear then clearly.

Running SuperGinger. I didn't have the problem on the Ginger ROM from Geo...

Anybody have ideas, please?

to clarify:works great initially then after 30-60sec other party loses audio, but call is still connected
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How to make free Sip calls on Gingerbread.
1. Get a Gizmo5 account (eBay around $5 to $10).

2. Log into https://my.gizmo5.com -> Change email -> Change password -> Write down your Sip Number

3. On PC: http://pbxes.org/ > create an account

A) Click on Extensions > SIP > Extension Number = 100 > Display Name = gizmo > save
B) Click on the new extension > dtmfmode = rfc2833 > audiobypass = no > save
C) Click on Trunks > Add Sip Trunk > Trunk name = gizmo > dtmfmode = rfc2833 > audiobypass = no > Username = [gizmo5 number] > password = [gizmo5 password] > sip server = proxy01.sipphone.com > save
D) Click on Inbound Routing > Trunk = gizmo > extension = gizmo > force regular hours > save
E) Click on Outbound Routing > Route Name = gizmo > trunk sequence = sip/gizmo > save

4. On Phone: Add Pbxes Account.

A) Check Receive incoming calls
B) Go to Settings > Call Settings > Accounts > add account
C) Server = Pbxes.org > username = [pbxes user]-100 > pass = [pbxes pass] > save

5. On PC: www.google.com/voice -> Voice Settings -> Add another phone
A) Name: SIP
B) Number: Your Sip Number (no "1" beforehand)
C) Phone Type: Gizmo
D) Save
E) Verify the number (click Connect, it will call, the Gizmo5 client will ring, enter the two numbers)
F) You now have free incoming calls! Yay!

6. For outgoing calls, download "Google Voice Callback FREE" from the Android Market.
A) Sign in with your Google username/password.
B) Choose your callback number (Gizmo), and select "Ask every time" or "Always (when possible)" based on your preferences (I have it set to always).
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