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Can android device be used as a wired analog OSTN telephone?

I have a $70 android-on-a-stick device, which can support USB Ethernet dongle

I am thinking if I hook up 100M ethernet with 4 wires, I can hook up two wires for telephone, right?

Does android support wired analog signal software telephone? (Or perhaps, softeware fax?)

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Igen I doubt that AOSP has support for it. You need to ask that manufacturer or at least tell us the device name. Guessing is not fun. –  Richard Borcsik Aug 12 '12 at 8:58
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the device is MK802 with 1-1.5GHz CPU and 1G RAM. theverge.com/2012/5/18/3028202/mk802-android-usb-hdmi-stick –  est Aug 13 '12 at 2:15
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closed as too localized by Izzy, Liam W, ce4, t0mm13b, roxan Dec 23 '12 at 6:42

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