On Tuesday 23 March 2010, Simon Morlat wrote:
> Many of you legitimely asked for the source of the linphone-android
> Here is the git url:
> git clone git://git.linphone.org/linphone-android.git
> git clone http://git.linphone.org/git/linphone-android.git
> Of course it is GPL.
> This git tree contains a liblinphone.so for ARM EABI built over NDK 1.6.
> As the source code is evolving fast, we think git access is probably the
> most efficient way to have up to date sources.
> Le lundi 22 mars 2010 à 21:07 +0100, Simon Morlat a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > Since today it is now possible to run linphone on its Android mobile
> > phone !
> > We've just released a version for Google Android. We have tested it on
> > G1 and Nexus 1 with success.
> > If you are subscribed to a VoIP to PSTN service, you can then make wifi
> > or 3G audio calls (make sure it is permitted by your 3G operator first).
> > See the full news:
> > http://www.linphone.org/index.php/eng/linphone_on_android
> > It's a first release, so bugs are possible... You can use this mailing
> > list to report them. An "adb logcat" dump can help in solving it.
> > Simon
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