Re: [Ekiga-list] account with Android 2.3.4 native SIP-client

I was reading the results of your test with on android 2.3.4 built in sip, which i use for my daily life only on tmobile-usa 3g network. I think you can get to work with android but it would have to be through a middle man. That middle man would have to be which is what i use as my sip provider on android 2.3.4 built in sip client. It registers and connects fine, but for people to call you on you would have to go to and forward the incoming call going to your sip address at to and vice versa. So if someone calls your sip address it would be forwarded to your sip address then you would be able to pick up phone call on your android 2.3.4 device's sip client which would be registered to your sip address. In terms of calling other people on sip you could simply just return the call and use web browser system settings to tell people that the incoming call-id would show your sip address instead of your sip address.

Basically what i think could solve your problem would be to use another sip provider to forward and direct your calling through your sip address. Hope this helps.

Also if you are still certain about using a third party app over the built in sip client which i use to do on my android phone before android got built in sip, both sipdroid and csipsimple are fantastic. I think I will have to give csipsimple more thumbs up and praise because i feel that app is a little more polished than sipdroid and also they have in there settings an actual pre-made settings for users who use ekiga, so getting ekiga registered with that sip client is easier in my opinion, they also have actually a whole bunch of sip providers settings already pre-made for users.

On 05/25/2011 04:05 AM, Eugen Dedu wrote:
On 25/05/11 09:59, Bart Vandewoestyne wrote:
On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 07:35:45PM +1200, Dave Koelmeyer wrote:

Hi Bart,

FWIW Sipdroid is what I use on a Motorola Milestone, and it works
fine with

If you observe anything of note while trying out different SIP
clients, would be useful to know so we can update the Android
compatibility list at:

Hmm... I just tried creating an account so that I could update
the information, but apparently creating accounts does not work
(or I am not allowed to do it...)

If somehow I can get an account to edit that info, I would be
happy to try and keep it up-to-date and add all possible info
concerning Android (2.3.4) compatibility.


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