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Old August 6th, 2012, 02:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New to android Looking forward to delivery of an Xlink to "patch" cell to my home phones Also have voip through a Cisco pap2T

Will see if the Voip line can be coaxed into operating as a landline connection to the XLink

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An update may help some The link to the voip worked but the voip appears to have enough delay or ? that calls are not steady & messages easily lost.

Now have 2 HTC phones & the Xlink is not working well into the cordless system even with the message function off. Ok on calls out but calls in don't answer & revert to busy signal on some occasions . This is in spite of the phone being very close to the X Link so no distance issue. Tried updated firmware - no improvement
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An update may help some The link to the voip worked but the voip appears to have enough delay or ? that calls are not steady & messages easily lost.

Now have 2 HTC phones & the Xlink is not working well into the cordless system even with the message function off. Ok on calls out but calls in don't answer & revert to busy signal on some occasions . This is in spite of the phone being very close to the X Link so no distance issue. Tried updated firmware - no improvement
Update :Nothing seems to help - tried corded phone & moving Xlink away from router (wireless signal interfere or computers on Bluetooth

Is it possible the XLINK is defective? or is there a set up option on phones to maintain connection longer or ???
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