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Topic # 151459 26-Aug-2014 10:56
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I obviously don't make many video calls as I have been happy using Skinny for the past 6 months.

 

But on the weekend I was trying to make one for some reason and there was no option on my handset to do so.

 

 

Additionally a mate trying to connect to me via video calling found the call just rung out.

 

 

I've got an LG G2 phone so don't think its the handset (happy to be wrong here).

 

 

Hence my question - can you make video calls via 3G on Skinny.

 

(and yes I know you can via Skype - I just want to use vanilla 3g Video calling)

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  Reply # 1115785 26-Aug-2014 11:40

That's a handset issue, doesn't look like the G2 supports native video calling.




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  Reply # 1115973 26-Aug-2014 16:45
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Curious.

Doesn't seem like that many phones support 3G-324M. I wonder how many people use it, and what the performance is like?

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  Reply # 1116036 26-Aug-2014 18:08
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The phone may not support it, But Skinny does not support it either.

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