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  Reply # 473465 24-May-2011 14:14
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Hi,  Ok.  This is my first smart phone and I quite like it.  The battery life isnt great but then I have absolutely everything switched on.  Have you seen the big accessory monster battery you can get maybe 4 times bigger than this one?



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  Reply # 473467 24-May-2011 14:17
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I have disabled swype which helped with battery life but still only get a day and a bit. Haven't seen the battery




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  Reply # 473473 24-May-2011 14:24
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A day and a bit sounds great.  I have lots more settings to adjust as yet.
I was relieved that it actually can pick up a satellite.  Did you get the GPS app? GPS TEST by Chartcross.
Have a look on Android Market.  Its great. 

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  Reply # 473482 24-May-2011 14:40
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jandal160165: Nice.  I think my euphoria maybe short lived with this sipdroid.  Phone has locked up after 1 call (to Xnet).


Yeah, it works but not very well, one issue I had was the call not hanging up properly on the Sipdroid. I have since gone back to my WAG310G for VFX and left the other free 2Talk number on Sipdroid.

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  Reply # 473517 24-May-2011 16:38
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Anyone here using CSipSimple. Appears to be a well thought out client.




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  Reply # 473634 24-May-2011 20:33
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Hi, yes it does look nice.  I can get it to work with callcentric.com  but not with xnet.  But maybe you will have more luck than me.

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  Reply # 474867 27-May-2011 16:17
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Yep, I'm using CSipSimple - had much better luck with it than SipDroid on my N1 - IMHO it's better integrated into call logs, more intuitive, more stable, more features (except no video calling, but I could never get it working in any usable way on SipDroid anyway). I use it frequently with only occasional weirdness (either caller can't hear me or very high latency), but that's far better than what was more-often-faulty-than-working SipDroid (but YMMV). I briefly tried the built-in SIP phone on Gingerbread but decided it didn't have the features I wanted that CSipSimple did.

Using with 2Talk FWIW

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  Reply # 483470 21-Jun-2011 00:03
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I had in the past  managed to get xnet working with sipdroid but just recently I can not make out going calls
I get a green dot saying it is connected, and voice mail notification but can not make out going calls.
I am assuming that because it is registering and receiving incoming calls all my settings are correct but can not understand why I cant make out going call via wifi.

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