Can't hear anyone? Phone not dialing? Look no further.

Discussion in 'iPod touch VoIP and Telephony' started by iMaze, Jan 2, 2008.

  1. iMaze

    iMaze New Member

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    Some people report that they cannot hear anyone.
    This should fix that problem.

    1. Go to http://www.freecall.com/en/download.html
    2. Even if you are not on a mac, click the text "MAC AND LINUX USERS CLICK HERE"
    3. Fill the information needed. (Valid email not needed)
    4. Go into SIP-VoIP
    5. Hit "Account"
    6. Fill the Username and Password fields with the information you signed up with earlier.
    7. For the "Registrar" field, type in "sip.voiparound.com
    8. Hit the "Save" button. Make sure after you hit it, the button says "OK-Saved"
    9. Hit the "Phone" button
    10. Type in your number in this format:
    14565557896
    Broken down that is 1(area code)7 digit phone # or 1(456)555-7896
    11. Hit the "Dial" button.
    12. The audio will play in only one headphone.
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    Note: Do not unplug the headphones while in the app. You will have to exit out, then go back in. Save yourself the hassle. Also, have the headphones plugged in before you go into the app. You should have a good wireless router to do this, otherwise the audio on the headphones comes back to you as choppy. If you know you have a good router and the audio is choppy, exit the app, unplug your headphones, plug them back in, go back into the app, then make sure your info is set in and dial the number in the format said above.
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    I posted this in a thread previously, and it seems to do the trick for most people!
  2. iMaze

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    Huh, no replys
  3. mytouch386

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    yep!

    free trial only!
  4. Murat

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    I Tried It In Turkey But ,,,

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  5. iMaze

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  6. Roush9855

    Roush9855 New Member

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    I know i have a good router but for some reason everytime i call its choppy. I already tried the whole headphone thing, but with no luck...will someone help me? I have a belkin N1 wireless router connected to the ethernet (live in an apartment)
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    Exit out of the app, by holding the home button for 6 seconds, until the app quits. Unplug the headphones, plug them back in then listen to about 5 seconds of music. Then go back into the app without any unplugging.
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    Roush9855 New Member

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    I tried that and still didn't work. The call will go through but still no luck. Still get wired choppy noises

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