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Root Gingerbread VOIP Calling

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by svh105, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. svh105

    svh105 Newbie
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    Im all backed up to flash gingerbread, but do not really understand how SIP/VOIP works.

    Hopefully someone can clarify the capabilties of the SIP calling in 2.3.

    I would like to know if its possible to call landlines for free with the combination of a pbex account, google voice, google voice call back.

    Can I call out to land line with GV, set google voice call back to redirect to my Pbex account, PBex account directed to call my google voice number, which inturns connects my cell with my original dialed number?

    Thanks in advance.
     

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  2. paleodust

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    I do it with GV and Google Voice Callbak. I haven't tried to incorporate the VOIP component, though.
     
  3. nomarsgirl

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    I get enough lag in my dialer just trying to directly dial a call. Can't imagine routing it through all those steps.
     
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    ugh. I'm starting to think porting to GV was a giant mistake.. I figured it would have native voip by now so I wouldn't be burning through so many mintures but I guess thats one battle not even google wants to fight.

    I'm fed up with carriers and manfs. I refused to sign another contract unless its with *google* for a pure google phone.
     

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