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Topic # 96210 22-Jan-2012 12:07
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Hi All,

On Bria on Android, the called party complains of echo.

I have tried to tweaker Echo Cancellation and speaker/mic gain - to no avail.

Any ideas?

Cheers

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  Reply # 572017 22-Jan-2012 18:10
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Perhaps you could tell more about this problem? What provider? Is this over WiFi or 3G? Which telco are you using?







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  Reply # 572058 22-Jan-2012 18:55
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Hi Mauricio,

On wifi. Handset is a samsung galaxy.

Provider is 2talk. Reading other forums its may be to do worth the placement of speaker and mic on galaxy.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 572083 22-Jan-2012 19:35
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Bigal

who is your isp?

Adsl2, fibre, cable ?

If you ping a nz website, what latency do you see?

I use Bria on wifi on cable with voip - not 2talk - and many minute factors contribute to call echo, with internet connection being a major factor.

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  Reply # 572189 22-Jan-2012 23:00
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Hi,

I am with vodafone on ADSL2.


I get pretty good speed (18/1.5) as I am close to the exchange.


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  Reply # 572343 23-Jan-2012 12:56
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Bigal, to confirm - you've got the i9000? I have had problems with echo on Sipdroid and CSIPSimple in the past but have discovered that it works really well (echo wise) with the inbuild SIP client. Not sure if this is a coincidence, but I have also changed to 2talk+ before trying out the inbuilt client.

I'm running MIUI 1.12.25 on my Galaxy S. The inbuilt SIP client may be disabled on a stock rom.

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  Reply # 572547 23-Jan-2012 22:16
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Try the 2talk+  beta platform, I switched to it recently and it hasve noticed reduced latency and improved voice quality.

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