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lubo777

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I'll post here a simple WM 6.5 VoIP Activation HOWTO with a few screen shots explaining how the WM6VoIPFull.cab configuration software is working and I hope that it may be included in the new custom ROM versions provided in this forum B)

I hope also this HOWTO will be usefull for all enthusiast from this forum.

I'm using a VoIP services provided from a local (Bulgarian) VoIP provider. They are offering local fixed phone numbers and good International and local rates.
When I'm connected trough WiFi (also is working trough 3G ....) to the Internet and my VoIP is registered I can receive incomming phone calls to my fixed number and send outgoing calls using the G$M network or Internet (VoIP).
All outgoing / incomming calls are made using the standart build in phone dialer and adress book - this is because the VoIP support is build in your WM 6.x based phone by default.
If you like you can activate / deactivate the VoIP temporarily for some outgoing calls and etc.
For example when I'm abroad and there are available WiFi Hotspot I'm using VoIP for all outgoing calls and I don't have to pay the expensive roaming charges ...
You don't need some third party voip software (like fring, skype and etc) to make voip calls at better prices than the prices offered from the G$M providers. :(

The SIP VoIP build in WM 6.x supports only GSM (13.2 kbps) / g711alaw (64 kbps) / g711-ulaw (64 kbps) codecs


Thanks for this software to the autors: shaun33, Jaap de Wolf and tucahara .... and all enthusiasts from forum.xda-developers.com :(

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1. WM6VoIPFull.cab instalation add two VoIP config programs + today screen plugin + the GSM VoIP cidec

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2. Sip Config Tool: here you can add your VoIP service provider alias, SIP server address + port, user name and password

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2.1. Using the Tools menu you can acctivate VoIP over 3G / GPRS via a registry update

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3. Dial Plan creator - here you can update the dial plan


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4. Using the today plugin you very easy can acctivate / deactivate the VoIP service

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5. Using the Today plugin you can change the VoIP settings

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6. After a wifi or 3G connection the VoIP service will be automatically acctivated

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7. After the VoIP registration and activation, when you dial number it will be send automatically trough your VoIP Provider using the standart build in phone dialer and adress book



The Full VoIP support is already added in the new WM 6.5 version 21189 based ROM for Samsung Omnia provided from:
Khuanchai here :(
and sector here :(

Thank you!!! :D

Edited by lubo777, 15 March 2009 - 06:41 PM.

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TIP: If you are Online using WiFi ot 3G / GPRS and the VoIP don't register itself try this: using the Internet calling settings switch VoIP off with "Never" option, and after that swith it back On with the "Whenever available" option - it will try to register with your SIP VoIP provider again.
If the account settings are OK and your provider supports your VoIP codecs it will register OK.

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Edited by lubo777, 15 March 2009 - 07:00 PM.

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TIP: If you are Online using WiFi ot 3G / GPRS and the VoIP don't register itself try this: using the Internet calling settings switch VoIP off with "Never" option, and after that swith it back On with the "Whenever available" option - it will try to register with your SIP VoIP provider again.
If the account settings are OK and your provider supports your VoIP codecs it will register OK.

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Hello lubo777 followed your very clear instructions and all installed fine. Setup as you suggested and attempted to make a call using my SIP provider with the SIP selected. The result was a message saying that either my SIP service was unavailable or the phone number was incorrect. Well the number is ok and I do have service as shown both on the phone and my credits with this provider. My connection was through wireless to my Wireless SMC Broadband VoIP Router. I wonder if I need to disable the VoIP service in my router? Appreciate your thoughts.

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Hello lubo777 followed your very clear instructions and all installed fine. Setup as you suggested and attempted to make a call using my SIP provider with the SIP selected. The result was a message saying that either my SIP service was unavailable or the phone number was incorrect. Well the number is ok and I do have service as shown both on the phone and my credits with this provider. My connection was through wireless to my Wireless SMC Broadband VoIP Router. I wonder if I need to disable the VoIP service in my router? Appreciate your thoughts.


Hi, just setup voip and it works perfectly well with router on WI Fi but 3g(hsdpa) i have to start with some other program and then it said registered but when dial the number it just hangs up it does not even start to ring.As i said it rings on WIFi.
Can you help please?Thanks

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And can anybody tell me why my Samsung i900 breaks the connection when I am using 3G? Through Wi-Fi with SIP config tool everything works fine but when it comes to 3G all I can do is register in the SIP network and start dialing - then it disconnects.
Thanks in advance.

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