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I want to receive incoming call automatically, that was I done already, now I want to play my own created sound to my caller rather than using Android's microphone.

Is it possible to play our own sound after receiving incoming call?

I have seen this Stackoverflow question How to automatically answer call and play prerecorded sound out to the caller and DTMF on Android. Can anyone tell me if it is possible now?

I have searched a lot related to this topic but still I am not able to find something useful.

Thanks in advance.

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possible duplicate of How can I play audio over an open phone conversation? –  GAThrawn Apr 5 '12 at 10:39
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Also your link suggests that you're trying to do this as a programmer and integrate into your own app, rather than looking for a way to do this as an end-user? If so, please be aware that programming and development topics are off-topic here, please see our FAQ. Our sister-site StackOverflow for programmers and developers is the place for these questions. –  GAThrawn Apr 5 '12 at 10:48

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You're looking for some fairly advanced features. Have you considered using a virtual PBX like Freeswitch to manage your incoming calls instead?

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