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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 25120 12-Aug-2008 17:35
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I'm sure this has already been covered -but I cant find the thread.
OK Here goes (from a long-time Geekzone lurker).
I'm trying to use Skype 2.2 Windows Mobile Client on my Telecom Titan (WM5) to provide Skype access only when using WIFI.
I've installed the Skype client and the chat functionality works perfectly.
However the audio functions are not correct. It appears not to be using the Titans inbuilt Mic or Speaker.
In Summary:
Dials correctly and appears to connect correctly. No audio after the ringing tone. I'm guessing the mic is not working also. The Skype Reply 123 number doesnt seem to function either. unsure if it was only ment to support an external mic/headphone.

Any help appreciated


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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 156387 12-Aug-2008 20:10
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Looks abit like this problem

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 156622 13-Aug-2008 16:05
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OK For anybody else with this issue:

Skype 2.1 Beta works on Telecom HTC Titan (but the latency is still not brilliant).

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