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By skandymicky, Junior Member on 15th September 2006, 03:15 PM
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My first post in this outstanding forum ops:
I've spent quite some time looking for programs able to run my SIP VoIP desktop client on Tynt. On WinXP I use X-Lite with VoIPDiscount and I know for sure it's possible to configure X-Lite with many other SIP based services like VoIP Stunt.
Is there a tested client for Tynt? All I've found was for PPC2003 and I got errors all over. Ideal'd be a client working with both UMTS and WiFi, but WiFi would suffice completely.

On the other hand, Skype works flowlessly
15th September 2006, 03:46 PM |#2  
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I use SJPhone:

You need to adjust settings to make it work correctly, also audio is a lot better with the USB headset, see this thread for right settings:

You can also use x-lite CE 1.01, find it here:
15th September 2006, 03:56 PM |#3  
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SJPhone all the way here too. It also works as a Vonage Softphone!
15th September 2006, 05:36 PM |#4  
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thanks guys. I saw SJphone but somehow I didn't manage access to the beta page.
I'll let you know
15th September 2006, 05:41 PM |#5  
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If your provider supports IAX protocol (which is much better while on hostile firewalled networks) my choice is
15th September 2006, 08:44 PM |#6  
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My sincere thanks, guys I'm gonna try them all. At this point I created correctly the profile with SJPhone; the same profile works great with the windows client (after creating the profile I copied it to my desktop and the XP client accepted the profile like it was its own). After applying the profile the PDA client asks for id & pw, but I cannot register. Explorer is online so I know the internet connection is fine. I think I need some working yet.
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I have managed to instal the pocketpc version of xlite and it works ok from the point of view of me trying to ring my home phone, it connecting and disconnecting ok and it registering as a broadband phone call through my isp when I check my online records.

The sound quality on the device is unusable.

When I use the supplied mini usb headphones I can hear the person I am calling very clearly but they can not hear me properly.

Can someone talk me through anything I can do to improve the settings so that I have a chance of using my device for voip calls whilst at home. I am not in the realms of anything to techincal though.
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