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When sipDroid is running, everytime I try to dial a phone, it tries using sipDroid to route it. How can I make my Android using plain old GSM Network for regular calls by default when sipDroid is running?

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There's an option in the sipDroid settings (that appears automatically the first time you start it) saying whether it should be the default dialer or not. You'll need to change that setting.

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+1 cool! thanks! – Pablo Santa Cruz Feb 2 '11 at 18:52
In case you're not aware, you can reset this in the App manager: From the home screen go to Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > SIPdroid and choose "Clear Defaults". – Matt Feb 2 '11 at 19:26

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