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Old January 26th, 2012, 08:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Trying to change the VOIP voice Codec

Downloadable SIP/VOIP apps have settings to adjust the codec for the best quality for the phone/network you are on. I have searched everywhere and cannot find one in ICS. I am running callcentric using the native SIP support. calls to 1800 numbers are going out, but cannot hear anything. callcentric suggested i change the codec to G711u/pcmu, but i was wanting to do so without the use of a 3rd party program. Or does anyone know what the native codec is?

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