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xjqian
post Jan 4 2005, 08:17 PM
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QUOTE(zautrix @ Jan 4 2005, 10:06 AM)
The DTMF portrait mode problem should be fixed in KPhone/Pi 0.9.9.

installed 0.9.9. Everything's working fine for me . This is one of the killer applications on the 6K. thanks for making this available.

Anybody tried vidio call with the Zamera: CE-AG06. Unfortunately, I don't have one to test it out.

How about the other way around on the DTMF/voicemail issue? How hard is it for FWD to add the voicemail support to recognize the DTMF?
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post Jan 5 2005, 09:28 AM
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QUOTE(zautrix @ Jan 4 2005, 10:06 AM)
The DTMF portrait mode problem should be fixed in KPhone/Pi 0.9.9.

0.9.9 works great, and having the DTMF work in portrait makes it that much more convenient to use (for me).

Thanks a ton!

QUOTE(xjqian @ Jan 4 2005, 09:17 PM)
Anybody tried vidio call with the Zamera: CE-AG06. Unfortunately, I don't have one to test it out.

I didn't even think of testing the CE-AG06 with kphone in a video call... I'll try that tonight.... but will I need to do a kphone to kphone call for that to work?
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post Jan 5 2005, 05:39 PM
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QUOTE(offroadgeek @ Jan 5 2005, 09:28 AM)
QUOTE(xjqian @ Jan 4 2005, 09:17 PM)
Anybody tried vidio call with the Zamera: CE-AG06. Unfortunately, I don't have one to test it out.

I didn't even think of testing the CE-AG06 with kphone in a video call... I'll try that tonight.... but will I need to do a kphone to kphone call for that to work?

Thanks for improving an already great Application!

I wouldn't think that you would need kphone/pi to kphone/pi to do a video call. Since the codec should be independent of kphone. I was going to say call me, but I see to view the video I would need VLC installed, and I don't sad.gif

Let us know how it works! I had never thought of getting the video cam until now!

Craig...
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xjqian
post Jan 5 2005, 09:38 PM
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Anybody notices the voice mail system will automatically hang-up after about 40 sec? Or, it's just me?
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post Jan 6 2005, 05:13 PM
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QUOTE(xjqian @ Jan 5 2005, 09:38 PM)
Anybody notices the voice mail system will automatically hang-up after about 40 sec? Or, it's just me?

No, I can't say I have. I just left you a 60 second voice mail, and it seemed to work OK. (I hope you don't mind).

Craig...
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post Jan 7 2005, 01:29 AM
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QUOTE(cvmiller @ Jan 6 2005, 08:13 PM)
I just left you a 60 second voice mail, and it seemed to work OK. (I hope you don't mind).

Got your message. Thanks craig. I'll try to test it again and see if any setting's wrong on my side.
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post Jan 8 2005, 03:22 PM
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QUOTE(zautrix @ Jan 4 2005, 07:06 AM)
Interesting thread ... ;-)
The DTMF portrait mode problem should be fixed in KPhone/Pi 0.9.9.

I also merged some changes from KPhone 4.1.0.

Please try version KPhone/Pi 0.9.9 and let me know, if everything is still working... ( because I did not test the merged changes from KPhone 4.1.0 very much).

Hi Z!

Not sure what got merged int from 4.10, and there is probably a better place to mention bugs, but I just noticed a couple of things about the "contact list" portion of kphone/pi (the 2/3rds of the bottom part of the screen).

I have noticed a problem with the Contact List, however. By making entries into the phone book, and checking "Add Identity to Contacts List" the names show up fine (although in the Description Field, not the name field).

Then by tapping and holding the stylus on the name in the "contact list" a pop up menu appears. One of the items to to call. I use that, and it dials the wrong number!

Yet the correct numbers show up in the phone book.

Also in the "contact list" there is a column of Status. It is always blank. Even when I know one of my contacts is registered with fwd and online.

Other than that, 0.99 works pretty well, and the DTMF works fine in un-rotated mode.

Thanks again for the very useful software for the Zaurus,

Craig...
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post Jan 9 2005, 06:44 PM
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QUOTE(cvmiller @ Jan 8 2005, 03:22 PM)
Hi Z!

Not sure what got merged int from 4.10, and there is probably a better place to mention bugs, but I just noticed a couple of things about the "contact list" portion of kphone/pi (the 2/3rds of the bottom part of the screen).

I have noticed a problem with the Contact List, however. By making entries into the phone book, and checking "Add Identity to Contacts List" the names show up fine (although in the Description Field, not the name field).

Then by tapping and holding the stylus on the name in the "contact list" a pop up menu appears. One of the items to to call. I use that, and it dials the wrong number!

Yet the correct numbers show up in the phone book.

Also in the "contact list" there is a column of Status. It is always blank. Even when I know one of my contacts is registered with fwd and online.

Other than that, 0.99 works pretty well, and the DTMF works fine in un-rotated mode.

Thanks again for the very useful software for the Zaurus,

Craig...

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OK, a little more info on what I am seeing.

In the Contact List, I finally did see something in the status column. So I guess that is working after all. The person I thought was registered, is in fact having registration problems.

On the dialing the wrong phone number. I can't explain it, but it is correct most of the time, and then occationally it goes wonky, and pulls up the wrong number. I haven't yet been able to figure out what I do to make it go wonky.

So I would say the first one actually works, my fault.

The second one is intermittent, and I'll keep working to see if I can figure out how to get into a repeatable failure.

Craig...
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post Jan 9 2005, 07:28 PM
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Hi,

Anyone have trouble getting thir audio device to work with Kphone/Pi? I'm on a SL-6000 and have selected /dev/dsp as my audio device in ReadWrite mode. My MP3's and alarms already play fine through the built-in speaker, so that's not the problem. The kPhone/Pi software *does* report "dialing" and "connection"

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post Jan 10 2005, 01:18 PM
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You can add my name to the list of FWD/Kphone users on the SL-6000.

546766@fwd.pulver.com

I haven't started tinkering with voice mail and other settings yet, but I did have the app up and running (FWD's echo and call tests worked fine) tonight on my home WLAN.

Thanks for the useful thread!
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post Jan 10 2005, 08:18 PM
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QUOTE(dfisher @ Jan 9 2005, 07:28 PM)
Hi,

Anyone have trouble getting thir audio device to work with Kphone/Pi? I'm on a SL-6000 and have selected /dev/dsp as my audio device in ReadWrite mode. My MP3's and alarms already play fine through the built-in speaker, so that's not the problem. The kPhone/Pi software *does* report "dialing" and "connection"

Doug

Doug,

I haven't looked into it yet, but I have similar problems when I am at work (not sure about their firewall), but it works just fine at home (I do know about my firewall). So it may not be your Z but instead your network.

I hope this helps,

Craig...
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post Jan 12 2005, 12:57 PM
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I just purchased a Z SL-6000L and I already have vonage, but it appears from this thread, I can not use vonage's softphone service with this device. Is this true? Just wanted to make sure. Thanks!
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post Jan 12 2005, 01:48 PM
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QUOTE(dping28 @ Jan 12 2005, 01:57 PM)
I just purchased a Z SL-6000L and I already have vonage, but it appears from this thread, I can not use vonage's softphone service with this device. Is this true? Just wanted to make sure. Thanks!

It is true. I called vonage tech support to be sure, and they confirmed that they do not yet support sip based softphones... sad.gif

Check out FWD for now... at least you'll be able to see how nice the 6000 is as a voip phone.
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post Jan 12 2005, 03:01 PM
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How about Voice-Pulse, anybody tried their service to connect to a regular phone line? I think offroadgeek mentioned that he was going to give it a try.
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post Jan 13 2005, 10:19 AM
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My home and office are pretty much all wireless. I use a softphone on my PC that gateways to an * server via IAX for VoIP and PSTN services, I currently use the Firefly softphone (it supports IAX, and SIP too). The PC has a bluetooth hub and I use a Motorola earpiece. Out of the office is of course a different story. I ride a motorcycle as my primary means of transportation and the 6000 really fits that lifestyle. The 6000 is my sound system that connects to the helmet headset whiel commuting or just going somewhere. Most places that I work at have 802.11b access available for my access, so I use the 6000 extensively when onsite working. It serves all the typical functions of a unix workstation for me when I'm onsite along with a number of other functions related to my work.

The SL-6000 also serves as a unified messaging platform. Well, no, it's more accurately a unified communications platform. I use the standard applications that it came with for contacts, todos, email, etc. In addition, I have installed Pi/Kphone for VoIP service and use a Plantronics earpiece. It was a bit diffiicult at first, being used to a cellphone. However, I have found that my clients use email more now, and as a result do a MUCH better job of expressing the problem. However, they can always leave a voicemail and as soon as I'm in a hotspot I check email and messages.

I subscribe to the TMobile hotspot service, so in addition to client locations, I can always find a hotspot when I'm out and make a call, check my messages/email, etc. They sell unified messaging platforms out there and even subscription based services. However, I've not found anything that compares to it in price/performance.

SL-6000
Pi/Kphone
* Gateway Server
TMobile HotSpot Service
Kismet <-- I've neglected to mention it's purpose, shame on me

I also use pay-as-you-go minutes with several different termination providers, as I do have sometimes daily contact overseas. These services are rated on the * gateway and all my outboud calls from the 6000 use that * server as it's outbound gateway. The * server also provides local PSTN services (where DIDs currently come from).

I would like to get a BT card for the 6000 and get rid of the Plantronics headpiece in favor of the Motorola wireless one.

This is probably a bit different then most of you, as you probably drive a car and can talk on the phone easily. On the bike, once your as closer to highway speed, it's just not very useful and I prefer to pay closer attention to the road. With this in mind, my VoIP use of the 6000 works just as well as a cellphone for me. I do however still carry a cellphone for emergencies, but I have the cheapest plan I can find becasue I just don't use it anymore.

Grady
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