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Topic # 26740 1-Oct-2008 23:23
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Being in a non 3G area...(actually only about 40k from Chch as the crow flys)...I can't, and have never placed a video call.  So what I was wondering was, is there an application out there that will let me use the camera's on my Jasjam as a webcam while I am out and about without a pc.  MSN works fantastically for me but it doesn't have a cam feature or even a method of sending video files unless from email.  Any Ideas.  As per usual...thanks all for the help.

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  Reply # 168557 2-Oct-2008 10:18
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not freeware sorry but here is one



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  Reply # 168573 2-Oct-2008 10:59
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Ta for the reply zocster, looked at that,   but I guess what I need is an application for the jasjam that actually includes the webcam function built in.  I don't really want to have to use a pc at all.    Thought the new verson of Mobile Skype would have it but it seems to need a 3G connection to work as it wouldn't connect.   The old version I have currently runs out here in the whopps without the 3G connection.  ..Guess I'll just have to wait till Vodafone extends their 3G coverage areas......will probably have a new phone by then built into my walking frame as it'll probably take 50 years..lol.

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