I've tested gtalk video successfully, but if the phone is asleep when I get a call, a message box is displayed and when I select "Accept", the phone lockscreen is shown and when I unlock the phone, I am not in a chat session. I can only start chat sessions or accept an incoming invitation if the phone is on and lockscreen is not active. BTW - I am using the stock lockscreen.
I can't quite put my finger on what's happening here, but I think Gtalk's servers can be a bit cranky. My brother and I tested on the same wifi network and sometimes our phones ring each other--sometimes not. I have confirmed that I can receive and join a video chat while my phone was sleeping (requires unlock, then the chat runs normally). This was on a McDonald's wifi with stock 198_6 and lock screen.
EDIT: I tried keeping my hands off my phone after the video chat comes in and I hit the "Accept" button, and this DOES NOT require unlock. I see the stock lock screen briefly, then the chat starts with no intervention from me. This is all while the phone is sleeping. I believe this is how it should work.
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