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Old April 24th, 2012, 01:23 AM   #1201 (permalink)
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Yes, it works while travelling out of US, if that is what you meant.

Can you download it while out of US, don't know.

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I'm only using this over a wifi connection and glad it's free. I did get the 522 error but I turned off wifi (on my phone) and turned it back on and it works again.
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Can this be used on demand? I've got a Nexus S on TMO and it doesn't have wifi calling.
We travel to areas with one or no bars and would like to keep in touch with our pet sitter. Finally got Google voice to make a call from the pc.

When we are home, would prefer network and keep GV out of it.
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Can this be used on demand? I've got a Nexus S on TMO and it doesn't have wifi calling.
We travel to areas with one or no bars and would like to keep in touch with our pet sitter. Finally got Google voice to make a call from the pc.

When we are home, would prefer network and keep GV out of it.
Yes, the app has an 'exit' menu to completely disable it (wish more apps had this), then next launch will bring it back (displayed in notification bar)
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Can this be used on demand? I've got a Nexus S on TMO and it doesn't have wifi calling.
We travel to areas with one or no bars and would like to keep in touch with our pet sitter. Finally got Google voice to make a call from the pc.

When we are home, would prefer network and keep GV out of it.
As mentioned by Whyzor there is an exit menu in the app. You can also set start/stop times for the app to automatically start and shutdown. For example if you didn't want it to run at night because you have free night/weekends you could have it shutdown at 9pm and start up again at 6am
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Using GrooVe version 1.2.20... Getting better than cell network quality voice with GrooVe and a Plantronics headset, over WiFI, with one exception (a big one... 2 to 3 second delay)! I have weeks of experience (really frustration) trying many combinations of settings, but I am very incouraged by this improvement, if I could only shorten the delay. What causes delay? It seems that the delay is only on the outgoing voice stream, not the incoming voice stream.
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I use it with Virgin Mobile, quality is acceptable. VM just released a radio update for my handset, I now have a faster 3G connection, quality should improve.


I see that you "brotherswing" and "idoun" are using VM... I am too. I am using the latest GrooVe 1.2.20 over WiFi, and the voice quality is better than the VM / Sprint mobile network voice quailty. I have one big problem remaining... a 2-3 second delay. Any thoughts, anyone?
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I see that you "idoun" and "brotherswing" are using VM... I am too. I am using the latest GrooVe 1.2.20 over WiFi, and the voice quality is better than the VM / Sprint mobile network voice quailty. I have one big problem remaining... a 2-3 second delay. Any thoughts, anyone?
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I see that you "idoun" and "brotherswing" are using VM... I am too. I am using the latest GrooVe 1.2.20 over WiFi, and the voice quality is better than the VM / Sprint mobile network voice quailty. I have one big problem remaining... a 2-3 second delay. Any thoughts, anyone?
A few things can cause delay. First being latency on the network. It can also be caused by a task killer or battery manager app on the device interfering with calls. Or an app running in the background using CPU or data, I would suggest trying to stop any background apps to see if that improves the delay. In GrooVe IP you can also try the two lock settings. I'd also suggest trying Keep Screen Alive and trying to change the mic buffer size. Try small and x-large to see if either works better.
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A few things can cause delay. First being latency on the network. It can also be caused by a task killer or battery manager app on the device interfering with calls. Or an app running in the background using CPU or data, I would suggest trying to stop any background apps to see if that improves the delay. In GrooVe IP you can also try the two lock settings. I'd also suggest trying Keep Screen Alive and trying to change the Mic buffer size. Try small and x-large to see if either works better.
No Task Killers or managers, except the native Froyo. No Battery Managers, except me with my stack of 5 batteries always running in chargers. I am running Watchdog to watch foreground and background apps and have white listed IPGrooVe and blacklisted for killing (other known offenders such as Maps, Appstore, Market, and Astrid @ 66% CPU usage).

I will try small and large Mic Buffers and report back. What is the option Synchronize voice? I read the description in the App (great policy... don't change it). The name and description implies preventing interference from the quasi duplex voice streams, but it doesn't say that. What (in more detail, does it do)?

When you say the two lock settings and then you mentioned Keep Screen On... I will add the high performance lock here. I tried an experiment. I said to the other party, I am going to count to 10, when you hear 3, say "Now". I then said, 1...2...3...4...5...6 and I didn't hear "Now" till I said 6.
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Edit: you said, kill any background app running during a call, right? Does GrooVe run any background processes, during a call?
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What settings would you recommend for the HSPA Galaxy Nexus? I've been tinkering for a while, but voice quality has always been variable.
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What settings would you recommend for the HSPA Galaxy Nexus? I've been tinkering for a while, but voice quality has always been variable.
Only two settings I would adjust are Keep Screen Alive and the mic source. For mic source try Android Default and VoIP.
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Edit: you said, kill any background app running during a call, right? Does GrooVe run any background processes, during a call?
GrooVe IP has one background service that runs when the app is signed in and during calls. By other apps I meant like Google+ or Facebook or dropbox. Anything that could be uploading data or syncing in the background.
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The htc amaze 4g recently came out with ics I tried groove ip and had to go back to gb because it was so choppy. Any word on when it will be nice and clear like it is on gb?
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The htc amaze 4g recently came out with ics I tried groove ip and had to go back to gb because it was so choppy. Any word on when it will be nice and clear like it is on gb?
Not sure what caused the issue you had with ICS. The app does work with ICS on other devices. It could be an audio driver issue on that device. Or it could be that something was going into a power saving state when the screen turned off. You can try the Keep Screen Alive checkbox to see if that helps. It could also be that the default setting are no longer the best settings for that device with ICS. So something like changing the mic source from under troubleshooting or enabling Audio Processing may also help.
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I currently have my cell phone number forwarded to Google Voice while travelling in Europe. Groove IP works well to stay in touch but my callers tell me that the phone rings for a very long time before I answer or before it goes into GV voicemail.

On my end the phone rings once or twice before I get to it though.

I am worried that some callers might hang up before getting through to me or the voicemail system.

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Hi snrb

Yesterday my contract with T-Mobile ended, and I ported my phone number over to Google Voice with the intent to use GrooVe IP in order to make and receive calls among my family and friends over WiFi or data to the number they're familiar with. (I'm moving overseas next week.)

Google finally ported the number over early this morning and when I woke up, I attempted to set-up the Google Voice app on my phone (HD2), not knowing that I could not do so without a physical phone number. (I thought that the initial verification to port my number was what they needed to set up the service.) Anyway, I assumed the GrooVe IP application did not need the Google Voice app installed on my phone in order to work, and indeed I was correct. I was able to make and receive calls both on WiFi and data without having the application installed, or a physical number in Google Voice.

I was able to make calls all day up until (I think) I decided to use my new T-Mobile prepaid plan to set up the Google Voice app on my phone... it ended up setting up the app on my phone, but in the process (I believe) killed my ability to hear the person on the other line, and for them to hear me. (The reason I went ahead and set up the Google Voice app was to use the Google Voice Full Integration app to send and receive text messages to GO SMS, rather than the Google Voice app.)

I have no idea what is going on. I am able to make calls using the Gmail app, I can see history of my calls update not only in Google Voice, but also my phone's dialer... The calls are even able to connect... just neither the recipient nor I can hear each other.

This started after I noticed in the Google Voice history that I had missed a call from my dad that didn't show up in my dialer history. (His call came before several other calls I made and received.) When I tried to call him back (after I had set up this stupid number on Google Voice) the phone dialed and connected, but I could not hear him. When I tried to hang up, the button was responding to my touch, however it was not ending the call. I ended up force closing the app and restarting the phone, which led to me to the point where the calls connect (incoming and outgoing), but neither party can hear anything afterwards. (I talked to my over the Gmail app, and she explained she could not hear anything either after the connection.)
*One other note, the last call in which I was able to hear and be heard, I turned Audio Processing on right before, because my friend's voice sounded very robotic and tinny. I turned it off afterwards, nothing.
*Last note, there is no dialing tone on my end in GrooVe IP. My brother just called me and I called him back while I had Synchronize Voice and Audio Processing checked. Still nothing.

I hope I didn't screw this up. :\

EDIT: ****ing reboot fixed it, for now, I guess. I'm so confused because when I reboot after it initially started screwing up, the problem got worse. Now it's working... >_<
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Hmm, so I GrooVe IP was working properly until I tried to reintegrate texts with GO SMS using Google Voice Full Integration, and now I'm getting the same problems again... any thoughts, anyone?
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I currently have my cell phone number forwarded to Google Voice while travelling in Europe. Groove IP works well to stay in touch but my callers tell me that the phone rings for a very long time before I answer or before it goes into GV voicemail.

On my end the phone rings once or twice before I get to it though.

I am worried that some callers might hang up before getting through to me or the voicemail system.

Any suggestions?

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I'm guessing you have Google Voice setup as your voicemail for your regular cell number? The callers will get many rings because it will ring on your regular cell before being sent to voice mail. That will trigger it to ring on your Google Voice account, which causes GrooVe IP to ring. But since it's not a regular call you won't get the full number of rings (why you only hear 2) before they get sent to your Google Voice voicemail.
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Hmm, so I GrooVe IP was working properly until I tried to reintegrate texts with GO SMS using Google Voice Full Integration, and now I'm getting the same problems again... any thoughts, anyone?
Think you also emailed us, responded to your email
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I'm guessing you have Google Voice setup as your voicemail for your regular cell number? The callers will get many rings because it will ring on your regular cell before being sent to voice mail. That will trigger it to ring on your Google Voice account, which causes GrooVe IP to ring. But since it's not a regular call you won't get the full number of rings (why you only hear 2) before they get sent to your Google Voice voicemail.
No, I am not using Google Voice's voicemail for my regular number. I use Sprint's VVM.
The Sprint number is currently forwarded to the GV number via *28
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I've noticed on occasion the Groove IP connection disconnects on my wifi network, and only noticed this when I wake the phone from sleep, then it reconnects automatically. Most of the time it works fine, I haven't determined an exact time or cause yet. It would be nice to have an option to have an audio notification when it goes from green connected to red disconnected when the phone is unattended, and maybe even repeat audio beep every 5 mins until the user acknowledges it. Otherwise I have no idea that GV disconnected thinking it's just idling fine.

BTW I'm using this on LG G2x running CM7. No troubleshooting or enhancement tweaks used in the app settings, all of them are disabled and it works fine otherwise.
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I've noticed on occasion the Groove IP connection disconnects on my wifi network, and only noticed this when I wake the phone from sleep, then it reconnects automatically. Most of the time it works fine, I haven't determined an exact time or cause yet. It would be nice to have an option to have an audio notification when it goes from green connected to red disconnected when the phone is unattended, and maybe even repeat audio beep every 5 mins until the user acknowledges it. Otherwise I have no idea that GV disconnected thinking it's just idling fine.

BTW I'm using this on LG G2x running CM7. No troubleshooting or enhancement tweaks used in the app settings, all of them are disabled and it works fine otherwise.
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I'll take a look at adding an audible notification. It sounds like maybe your device is putting the wifi into a power saving state when the screen is off for some time. There should be a setting for that in the android settings. In GrooVe IP you can also try the Partial Wake Lock and/or High Perf WiFi Lock to see if they help. There's also an auto resign in interval you can configure to have the app automatically re-sign in at that interval
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Can you try setting the Partial Wake Lock setting in GrooVe IP to see if that helps the app detect the incoming call earlier? It sounds like your CPU may be in a power saving state so GrooVe IP isn't detecting the call until only 1 or 2 rings before voice mail.
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I'll take a look at adding an audible notification. It sounds like maybe your device is putting the wifi into a power saving state when the screen is off for some time. There should be a setting for that in the android settings. In GrooVe IP you can also try the Partial Wake Lock and/or High Perf WiFi Lock to see if they help. There's also an auto resign in interval you can configure to have the app automatically re-sign in at that interval
I only have it happen once or twice after connecting to wifi, like when I get home after work, then within an hour or so I check manually it's disconnected, but right after unlocking phone, it automatically connects again. And then it's rock steady all night until the next morning when I leave the house again.

I like how little battery power it is idle on Wifi (2% drain in airplane mode overnight during sleep) The automatic reconnect interval seems a little too much, it would be forcing reconnect every x mins/hours, which is overkill since my connection is pretty reliable most of the time. Just wish there was an optional audio notification when it disconnects so I know what my network is doing or phone is doing so I can help troubleshoot the exact cause (if it's not a GrooveIP app problem). Or even better have it auto-reconnect when disconnected & phone is asleep. Basically I don't want to have to always wonder if GrooveIP is connected or not & check it manually all the time. Thanks.
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I only have it happen once or twice after connecting to wifi, like when I get home after work, then within an hour or so I check manually it's disconnected, but right after unlocking phone, it automatically connects again. And then it's rock steady all night until the next morning when I leave the house again.

I like how little battery power it is idle on Wifi (2% drain in airplane mode overnight during sleep) The automatic reconnect interval seems a little too much, it would be forcing reconnect every x mins/hours, which is overkill since my connection is pretty reliable most of the time. Just wish there was an optional audio notification when it disconnects so I know what my network is doing or phone is doing so I can help troubleshoot the exact cause (if it's not a GrooveIP app problem). Or even better have it auto-reconnect when disconnected & phone is asleep. Basically I don't want to have to always wonder if GrooveIP is connected or not & check it manually all the time. Thanks.
The app will try and reconnect, but if the cpu is asleep the nothing will really be running. So it won't be able to reconnect. Sounds like it does reconnect as soon as the cpu wakes up. The audible alert doesn't look too difficult. Will try and get that added in the next update.
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I keep losing "login", where the icon goes red, I log in just fine with the google info to gmail or google voice, but groove ip keeps saying the info is wrong, when it was just working fine with said login info a min ago.

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phone is plugged in and not sleeping

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When the icon is green, it has worked right, out and incoming calls work.

WiFi is set to never sleep.

Had done the uninstall, reinstall, even done a backup restore in titanium backup, program is on the phone, not using link2sd for it.

its done this twice so far and seems to take hours for it to magicaly work again. It did it last night and tonight. [only had this phone two days set up like this]
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I keep losing "login", where the icon goes red, I log in just fine with the google info to gmail or google voice, but groove ip keeps saying the info is wrong, when it was just working fine with said login info a min ago.

were not using two step
phone is plugged in and not sleeping

Optimus V 2.2.2 rooted but stock rom being used as WiFi only device, no service plan.

When the icon is green, it has worked right, out and incoming calls work.

WiFi is set to never sleep.

Had done the uninstall, reinstall, even done a backup restore in titanium backup, program is on the phone, not using link2sd for it.

its done this twice so far and seems to take hours for it to magicaly work again. It did it last night and tonight. [only had this phone two days set up like this]

It could be something in your Google Voice account. Does anything seem to trigger that? The couple of hours fixing it seems to indicate Google could be blocking the app from signing in for some reason. That could happen if you make many short phone calls in a row or something Google may register as an abuse.

Did restarting the device or reinstalling the app ever correct the issue?
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I messed up and deleted google voice from my device, is there any way I can get this back? Is there another app that will work with groove ip so I can make and recieve calls?
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I messed up and deleted google voice from my device, is there any way I can get this back? Is there another app that will work with groove ip so I can make and recieve calls?
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You don't need the Google Voice android app installed on your device for GrooVe IP to work. You just need a Google Voice or gmail account. What kind of trouble are you running into when you try to make calls with GrooVe IP? Did you also delete your Google Voice account?
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I can make calls ok. The problem I am having is receiving to my device which is Dell streak 7 unlocked. I need an app that will let me rec a call on the dell. I have not deleted my GV account. I can receive calls back on the GV number, however not to Dell.My sim in the dell is voice only and the dell is designed for 3G or wifi therfore it does have a telephone number. I know all this is confusing but I am not really up on all this bussiness. Thanks for replying.
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Sorry I made a mistake. The dell does not have a telephone number.
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Sorry I made a mistake. The dell does not have a telephone number.
Either way GrooVe IP only links with Google Voice, so would only be able to receive and make calls over your Google Voice phone number.
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I can make calls ok. The problem I am having is receiving to my device which is Dell streak 7 unlocked. I need an app that will let me rec a call on the dell. I have not deleted my GV account. I can receive calls back on the GV number, however not to Dell.My sim in the dell is voice only and the dell is designed for 3G or wifi therfore it does have a telephone number. I know all this is confusing but I am not really up on all this bussiness. Thanks for replying.
Sounds like you're not forwarding calls to "Google Chat" properly. Log onto voice.google.com on a PC and click the gears icon for settings, and make sure Google Chat is one of the numbers being forwarded to.

Google Voice app, available from the Google Play Market allows you to be able to send & receive SMS text.
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I have a samsung exhibit II on T Mo and I'm experiencing atrocious delays on outgoing calls on wifi and 3g/4g, I'm running Rebel Rom with the chip at 1200hz cpu at 20% at and am only using 147mb of 356mb memory so and nothing running in the background. My mike is set to small, and I don't have audio processing on. What am I doing wrong?
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Anyone figure out the voice delay? I'm stuck!

I only make calls on Wifi (50 Mbps fiber). I have a HTC Sensation.

My calls are extremely delayed. The calls always start good and then within a couple of minutes it goes about 2-3 seconds and even goes as high as 10-12 seconds. After 10 minutes the call is so bad that you have to hang up and reconnect.

I have Partial Lock and Hi Perf Wifi Lock enabled.
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Anyone figure out the voice delay? I'm stuck!

I only make calls on Wifi (50 Mbps fiber). I have a HTC Sensation.

My calls are extremely delayed. The calls always start good and then within a couple of minutes it goes about 2-3 seconds and even goes as high as 10-12 seconds. After 10 minutes the call is so bad that you have to hang up and reconnect.

I have Partial Lock and Hi Perf Wifi Lock enabled.
Would try the Keep Screen Alive setting. It's possible something is still going into a power saving state when the screen turns off. If you have any task killer or battery manager apps installed those can also cause the issue.

Other settings to try would be Mic Buffer, try both small and x-large. Also try enabling Synchronize Voice.
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I have a samsung exhibit II on T Mo and I'm experiencing atrocious delays on outgoing calls on wifi and 3g/4g, I'm running Rebel Rom with the chip at 1200hz cpu at 20% at and am only using 147mb of 356mb memory so and nothing running in the background. My mike is set to small, and I don't have audio processing on. What am I doing wrong?
I've only worked with customers with the stock exhibit II. We have updated the app with the settings they've reported worked best for them. Would recommend enabling Keep Screen Alive to see if that helps. Also try the mic buffer set to x-large. Make sure that the Adaptive Echo canceler is NOT enabled on the Exhibit II. Also make sure any apps that run in the background aren't using your data or cpu (not just memory)
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Just uploaded version 1.0.5 of GrooVe IP. It adds a few new features such as integration with your phones contact list.
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It'd be interesting to see hardware echo cancellation on phones with Qualcomm chips, since echos are something I notice occasionally now even with basic cancellation turned on, using wifi.

Qualcomm announces its own SDK to give devs a leg up on Snapdragon | Android Central
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It'd be interesting to see hardware echo cancellation on phones with Qualcomm chips, since echos are something I notice occasionally now even with basic cancellation turned on, using wifi.

Qualcomm announces its own SDK to give devs a leg up on Snapdragon | Android Central
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I have a non android, tmobile, pay as I go, Samsung flip phone. Can i use this app?
If I cannot, which phone from which paygo carrier should I be looking into?
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I have a non android, tmobile, pay as I go, Samsung flip phone. Can i use this app?
If I cannot, which phone from which paygo carrier should I be looking into?
You cannot use this app on a non-android phone. This Groove IP app is available for Android users only, via Google Play. Ask T-Mobile for an Android phone, as I'm not sure what selection of phones they have.
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Hi,

I am having trouble receiving calls via Groove IP over WiFi. I have gotten a couple of calls the other day with it, but that time has ended. I now must take Google Voice calls with my iPod or mobile network on my LG Optimus S with Android 2.3.3. I read a few threads online saying:
  • Forwarding to Google Talk must be on (it is)
  • Try disabling forwarding to your mobile phone (tried, no results)

I have had no success with trying to solve it, so I came here. Is there any other solution? Thanks.
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Hi,

I am having trouble receiving calls via Groove IP over WiFi. I have gotten a couple of calls the other day with it, but that time has ended. I now must take Google Voice calls with my iPod or mobile network on my LG Optimus S with Android 2.3.3. I read a few threads online saying:
  • Forwarding to Google Talk must be on (it is)
  • Try disabling forwarding to your mobile phone (tried, no results)

I have had no success with trying to solve it, so I came here. Is there any other solution? Thanks.
If you have an app on your ipod that also connects to Google Voice it's likely it is using the same interface GrooVe IP uses. Google Voice will only forward calls to one location. So either the ipod will get the call or GrooVe IP.
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If you have an app on your ipod that also connects to Google Voice it's likely it is using the same interface GrooVe IP uses. Google Voice will only forward calls to one location. So either the ipod will get the call or GrooVe IP.

Ok, so if I get rid of talkatone then Groove IP will work?
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Ok, so if I get rid of talkatone then Groove IP will work?
If you sign out from talkatone that should allow calls to come to GrooVe IP.
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If you sign out from talkatone that should allow calls to come to GrooVe IP.

Ok thanks. And one more thing. Is the delay with calls have to do with the app or Google Voice?
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