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Is there an application that can make the phone to be a SIP GSM gateway so I can make and receive cellular calls using SIP phone and/or re-route them through a SIP PBX?

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Great Question, If You fund solution somewhere else please post a solution here, I was looking for that at Symbian but without success –  adopilot Nov 8 '10 at 9:14
    
Possibly related: android.stackexchange.com/questions/1265/best-sip-application –  Al E. Nov 8 '10 at 12:20
    
@Al Everett: The question you linked is about turning your phone into a SIP softphone. I am trying to figure out how to serve SIP, not for another client. –  Saxtus Nov 8 '10 at 20:49
    
Which is why I wrote "possibly". –  Al E. Nov 9 '10 at 16:05
    
@Al Everett: Understood. Yet it would be nice SIPdroid to support that! –  Saxtus Nov 10 '10 at 22:08
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No.

At the moment, that is not available. Potentially you could port a linux application for this to your Android phone, easier if it's a CLI application, but as it stands at the moment there is no application that can do what you ask.

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Leaving question open, because if I ask it again in the future, when an application like this exists, it might be considered as duplicate to this and get deleted. –  Saxtus Apr 15 '11 at 5:04
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This would seem to require device in which the in-call audio can be sourced/obtained by an application. On the typical android phone architecture, in call audio is handled by the radio co-processor, entirely out of reach of anything running under linux/android - the same reason why you can't really record calls.

If you got a rooted phone with (or hackable for) USB host support and found a usb audio dongle with linux drivers you could theoretically loop around and plug that into the phone's headset jack... but wouldn't it be simpler just to buy SIP gateway service from someone?

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