Make and Receive Calls with SIP-VoIP For Free Even While You Listen To Your Music

Discussion in 'iPod touch VoIP and Telephony' started by iFortner, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. iFortner

    iFortner New Member

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    YOUR FEED BACK ON MY TUTORIAL IS GREATLY APPRECIATED

    MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ALL OF THESE ITEMS LISTED BELOW TO ENSURE A PERFECT EXPERIENCE.

    1) Jailbroken iPod touch
    2) touchmods added as a source here is their source code: touchmods.net/rep.xml
    3) Install the SIP-VoIP application
    4) One microphone from touchmods.net which you can purchase at this link from them. http://home.swipnet.se/ridax/touchmic.htm

    5) A computer to download the VOIP Provider's Soft Phone Application "Required to Register with most VOIP Providers"
    6) Most importantly you need to be connect to WIFI


    PROVIDED YOU HAVE ALREADY JAILBROKEN YOUR IPOD TOUCH AND YOU HAVE ALREADY INSTALLED THE SIP-VOIP APPLICATION FROM THE INSTALLER. IF NOT THEN GO AHEAD AND JAILBREAK YOUR IPOD TOUCH AND INSTALL THE SIP-VOIP APPLICATION FIRST BEFORE CONTINUING WITH THE STEPS BELOW.

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    1) Sign-up and register for any VoIP provider like www.voipbuster.com or www.voipcheap.com.

    2) Download their free Softphone application and create a username and password.

    3) Next open up SIP-VoIP Application on your iPod touch and tap on settings tab and it
    should pull up a screen that looks like this below.

    4) a) Username: Enter the username you created for the SIP VoIP Provider
    b) Password: Enter the password you created for the SIP-VoIP Provider
    c) SIP-Server: For Voipbuster type sip.voipbuster.com and for Voipcheap type
    sip.voipcheap.com.
    d) Reg. Timeout: This box should be left blank.
    e) Enable Nat?: This should be on NO
    f) STUN Domain: This box should be left blank too.
    g) STUN Server: This box should also be left blank.
    h) Now tap the SAVE tab and go back to the dialer.

    5) Now since we made changes to the settings, it is always a good idea to restart your iPod touch to ensure the settings are saved properly.

    6) Once your iPod touch starts back up, open the SIP-VoIP application and tap the Connect to sip server tab. It may take a minute, but you should see the tab say connecting then the tab will say connected and a green call button will appear. At this point let's put the iPod touch down for a minute while we get us a free incoming number.

    7) To get a free incoming number you need to go to www.ipkall.com and sign-up for a free incoming phone number. These phone numbers are Washington State numbers however, people should be able to call you long distance for free if they use their cellphones or have free long distance on their landline phones.

    8) After pulling up www.ipkall.com on your browser, tap the sign-up tab and it should pull up a screen like the one below.

    Choose your account type: SIP IAX
    Choose Area Code for your IPKall Number: 206 253 360 425
    SIP Phone number:
    SIP Proxy: (ex. fwd.pulver.com)
    Email Address:
    Password:
    # of Seconds to ring before hanging up:


    9) a) Choose your account type: It should always be on SIP
    b) Choose Area Code for your IPKall Number: Just choose one of area codes
    available. They're all Washington State area codes I believe.
    c) SIP Phone number: SIP Phone number will be your username that you created
    for your SIP-VoIP Provider in (step 2) above.
    d) SIP Proxy: Just type over (ex. fwd.pulver.com) and the SIP Proxy will be
    either sip.voipbuster.com for Voipbuster provider or sip.voipcheap.com
    for Voipcheap provider.
    e) Email Address: This should be the same email address you used to sign-up
    for your SIP-VoIP provider "www.voipbuster.com
    or www.voipcheap.com" Must be a
    valid email address.
    f) Password: This should be the same password you created for your SIP VoIP
    provider like above in (step 2).
    g) # of Seconds to ring before hanging up: It should be at least 60 seconds at
    least or more.
    h) Now click on the SAVE tab.

    10) Now you should be receiving an email from www.ipkall.com to the email address you provided.

    11) Check your inbox or even in the spam folder of your email for an email from
    www.ipkall.com. The email should provide you with your new free incoming phone number to recieve inbound calls.

    12) Now pick up your iPod touch and make sure you are still connected. If you're not connected then go ahead and connect now. Once you're connected, tap the home button so that you can see the word ON on the the SIP-VoIP application letting you know that the SIP-VoIP application is still running.

    13)So now, go ahead and put on your ear buds "headphones" or connect your iPod touch to an external speaker.

    14) Now for the test, call your new number with a landline or mobile phone. Make sure you dial 1 and then your number since it will be long distance.

    15) If you did everything right, your iPod touch should ring and you should be able to hear the ringtone and the SIP-VoIP application icon on the Springboard should say CALL instead of ON when you hear your ringtone.

    16) At this point, tap on the SIP-VoIP application icon. You should see a box that tells you the number that is calling you with an Answer tab and an Ignore tab. Hit the answer tab. Now your call is connected.

    17) When your call is done go ahead and tap on the red Hang up tab to hang up.

    18) Now go ahead and make a call by dialing any number and tap on the green Call tab. Now your call is connected.


    Great News People! I have just completed my full detailed video tutorial on this, however forgive me for my video camera is not the greatest. However, It's about the content, right? Here is the link to watch the video.

    MY FULL DETAILED TWO PART VIDEO TUTORIAL


    GUESS WHAT? NOW YOU HAVE A FULLY FUNCTIONAL PHONE ON THE IPOD TOUCH!

    PS: YOU CAN EVEN LISTEN TO YOUR MUSIC AND WHEN SOMEONE CALLS YOU, THE RINGTONE WILL PLAY LETTING YOU KNOW SOMEONE IS CALLING YOU. AT THAT POINT JUST TAP THE SIP-VoIP APPLICATION AND ANSWER YOUR CALL.

    FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME IF YOU NEED HELP OR VISIT ME AT ifortner2008.googlepages.com

    Here is my repo for the Installer:

    http://aaarepo.googlepages/repo.xml and http://aaarepo.googlepages.club411.com



    I hope this was helpful to you guys,

    Steven Fortner
    iFortner Inc.
    ifortner2008@gmail.com

    "The Home of the World's Very First Fully Fuctional iPod touch VoIP Phone With It's Own Phone Number"
  2. iFortner

    iFortner New Member

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    I Hope This Helps Everyone.

    Feel free to email me if you need help with this process.
  3. donkeykong

    donkeykong Banned

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    Dude don't redirect people to your site or ask for donations.
  4. iFortner

    iFortner New Member

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    It's all good.
  5. touching is good for you

    touching is good for you New Member

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    yeah really dude why does it matter if he links to his site? he just posted a full blown easy to follow how-to. He deserves credit, not some person flaming him saying "don't link to sites". BTW good guide, i followed it and worked perfectly, now i gotta order a touchmods mic...
  6. iFortner

    iFortner New Member

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    I appreciate the support,

    I guess some people don't appreciate the work it takes to do the research and find a kick ass idea and then take the time to share it with the world by typing a very detailed explanation on how to do it. Yes, I could of kept this info to myself but I didn't. I felt like everyone one in this forum desires to enjoy their iPod touch just as much as I enjoy mine. My friends still think I'm stupid for sharing this info but as you can see I don't listen to everything my friends tell me. I think if someone has an idea that can make things better for the world, then should share it. Big thanks goes out to everyone that is sharing their thoughts, ideas and inventions to the rest of us. A special thanks to the Touchmod Team for not only making the original SIP-VoIP application and microphone, but they went as far as sharing their secret codes for the SIP-VoIP application as well and not to mention they even showed us all how we can make our own mics. So my hats off to all you guys over there at touchmods.net


    Thanks everybody for your support,
    Steven Fortner
    iFortner Inc.
    ifortner2008@gmail.com

    "The Home of the World's Very First Fully Fuctional iPod touch VoIP Phone With It's Own Phone Number"
  7. shawon8444

    shawon8444 New Member

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    keep doing what are you doing ifortnier. I guess that kid does not donate anybody in his life time. Your method will help lot of people. I also try to help people as much as I can. You deserve to get donation cuz u put some time on that threat and writing the steps. thank you bro.
  8. irish93

    irish93 Banned

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    K so once i get everything done, i calledmy ipd, it rings i can hear it ring eveything wors fine.
    than i try adn say something from my phone, and i cant hear it on m phone. I dont have a mic, so i dont know if i can hear anything on m phone, but do you guys know what could be wrong?
  9. iFortner

    iFortner New Member

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    Hello All,

    When using the SIP-VoIP Application, There are just certain ear buds that won't let you hear anything if you don't have the microphone plugged in. I know from experience with the original white apple ear buds that came with my iPod touch. When I called my friend I couldn't hear him and obviously he couldn't hear me because didn't have my microphone plugged in. You can buy a microphone from touchmods.net. They cost about $50.00 and they are very good quality. When I plugged my microphone in, I still couldn't hear anything. It is always best to restart your iPod touch right after you plug in your microphone. Then open up the SIP-VoIP application and connect to your SIP Server by hitting the tab. If you ever experience that it is taking too long to connect to your SIP Server then go ahead and restart your iPod touch and try to connect again, you'll notice it will connect much faster. There may be some headphones or speakers out there that might let you hear something without the microphone, but I seriously doubt it. It has something to do with the SIP-VoIP application I would imagine.


    Also, there are certain VOIP Providers that just won't have good sound quality, sometimes even choppy sound or even no sound. I like voipbuster.com or cheapvoip.com because there sound quality is great as far as I have experienced.

    This should solve your problem. Just get a microphone.


    Best regards,
    Steven Fortner
    iFortner Inc.
    ifortner2008@gmail.com

    "The Home of the World's Very First Fully Fuctional iPod touch VoIP Phone With It's Own Phone Number"
  10. WezzyWest

    WezzyWest New Member

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    ... SO STUPID! i was putting '/repo' when i should have been putting '/rep' in the touchmods source :| !!! Going to give this a try now...

    Thank you very much for putting in the time finding this out!!!

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