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Topic # 107943 22-Aug-2012 20:11 Send private message

Hey guys and gals, well heres the background... I'm in Port Hedland, and use Skype on my Galaxy II phone to Skype the wife and kids back home in the motherland (NZ!)
Now this has been working fine up till the other day when I selected video call it just puts it thru as a phone call instead.....kids not impressed at all! Whats up with that? Is it dependant on how many people using it or what? 
Cheers in advance....

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  Reply # 675630 22-Aug-2012 20:22 Send private message

the main reason video calling refuses to work for me on my PC is because my webcam is (supposedly) in use, even when it is not.
there should be a way to check in your settings that skype can find and use your phone's camera.

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