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Go the to MyInfo tab and set your status to Sign Out. Once you're signed out the back button works as expected and exits Skype. EDIT: As of v2.9.0.315 (at least) Skype has simplified the log out mechanism: In the home screen of Skype simply do this:


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With version 4.0 (released July 1, 2013), they've changed, once again, how to sign out. Here's how to do it: While logged in, tap your avatar in the top right corner On your account profile, tap the Overflow Menu (three vertical dots) in the lower right corner If your phone has a physical menu button, you'll use that You now have the option to sign out ...


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Skype publish their app directly into specific country's Android Markets, they don't publish it to the "Rest of the world Market", Vietnam doesn't have its own Market, it uses the "Rest of The World Market". Skype's FAQ says: Why can’t I download Skype from the Android Market? The Android Market only distributes applications in certain ...


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I believe you should be able to switch between Loudspeaker and Earpiece like this in the screenshot at the bottom while in a call. On my Samsung Galaxy 3 running a custom 4.0.3 ROM, it's working fine. But after searching on Skype Forums I found this - Speaker only on Android device Looks like a lot of people are having the same issue from initial releases ...


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There's a new widget available from Google Play Store that solves this issue: Direct dial with Skype by sbice One Click Skype! Calling friends through Skype is no longer time consuming and complicated! With "Direct dial with Skype", it's simply just ONE CLICK AWAY!!! It's a widget installed on your desktop & help you speed dialing your ...


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Skype for Android has a couple versions. Most are WiFi-only, so you would be able to use them no problem except that the G1 is not in Skype's list of supported devices, so you won't find it in the Market. Looks like it's Verizon-exclusive. The newest version won't run on your phone even if you grab it pseudo-legally; I'm not sure about older versions. ...


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I also have the proble second problem, and I found the skype staff said :Skype doesnt currently support routing the audio to a bluetooth device. http://forum.skype.com/index.php?showtopic=726263&st=0&gopid=3271265& Maybe this is the reason...


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I'm afraid that if the official Skype app does not work then you are probably out of luck. Skype do not let third party applications use their service, so you are unlikely to find anything that works. I suspect the issue is down to the CPU speed of the HTC Wildfire, which is only 528mhz. It's likely that the processor simply can't keep up with the demands ...


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The sync traffic for gmail/facebook/weather/... is neglectable (If you have normal text messages with small attachments). For Skype voice calls, you should estimate 4-7 KiB/s (~ 25 MiB/h). Users always underestimate the 1GB included traffic. I had the same thought, that it could get tight at the end of the month. But I forgot that: At home and at work ...


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There are regional and phone network restrictions for Skype. They may well be different for Nokia phones than Android phones, and your friend may not be on the same phone network as you. There (is now) one official Skype app in the Play Store, and one I know of that isn't in Play Store: Skype on Three- Three UK customers only, follow directions on the ...


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Get the pcgod's mumble client for android (don't get it from the market because the market one is not the pcgod uploader and is very old and not updated). Mumble is an open source VOIP client that is available for windows and linux. However, this VOIP is a client-server one , hence requires both the clients to connect to a server. While you may choose a ...


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Bandwidth consumption depends on the codec that the app will use. Skype uses SILK or G729 (see wikipedia for their bandwidth consumption). You can see here http://searchvoip.techtarget.com.au/articles/23239-VoIP-codecs-Day-Three-Low-bandwidth-codecs more low bandwidth codecs and search for an application that support one of them. I have used SipDroid that ...


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According to the web page that you linked, your phone has the following specs: mtk6516 416 MHz CPU 512 MB ROM 256 MB RAM Screen HVGA 800 x 480 The Skype FAQ says: What do I need to run Skype on my Android phone? To run Skype on your Android phone, you will need a supported phone running Android OS version 2.1 or above with least 27MB of free ...


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You have multiple options to solve this: Go to Settings->Apps, scroll to Skype, open it, and hit the "Clear Defaults" button If that for some reason does not work: simply install some other VoIP app, try to call a person again (now you should be able to chose), hangup, and remove the other VoIP app again Try Default App Manager Lite, DefaultApp Reset, or ...


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What country are you in? Skype have only got an exclusive deal with Verizon in the US, outside the US it isn't restricted to any carrier AFAIK. If you go to an international version of the Skype site, like http://www.skype.com/intl/en/get-skype/on-your-mobile/download/skype-for-android there's a different Skype app that will work on any Android 2.1 phone ...


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Since you're rooted, you could also try the newest version of Google Talk. It isn't officially supported but I use it on my EVO just fine (I run CyanogenMod 7, though). ooVoo has a desktop client and a mobile app, enabling mobile to PC video calls (supports the EVO, but haven't tried it myself). There also appears to be a plugin for the Yahoo! Messenger ...


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I recently (two nights ago) installed Skype on my Xoom, and it appears to work fine, with chat, video, and audio calling available. This was on the UK market, Wifi version (so no provider issues), stock 3.2. This is the market item I have installed.


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What's odd is that there seem to be three different Skype apps for Android, but most people can only see one or the other available. There's Skype available in the Market and currently at v1.0.0.659. This lists: Skype-to-Skype calls over 3G or WiFi Data plan or WiFi connection required (calling in U.S - WiFi only) Then there's Skype Mobile for ...


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Don't install any random Skype APK that you find on the web as it will charge for calls. You MUST install the APK from the Three website to not be charged. AS an aside, who told you that Three do not support the Wildfire? They have massive sales of Wildfires on Three and they ARE officially supported by the network. It is completely legal to install an ...


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Ok, I just found out how you can quit skype. Go to the main screen in the app and click the left button. After that click sign out, than you'll be able to quit with the return button. Some have already posted this but I think it wasn't completely clear to people who are new to android (like me) :P


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The Skype application description in the market lists the list of devices that supports video calling. As of Skype 2.5.0.108, video calling is supported on these tablets: Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 (Wifi, Verizon, Sprint, Plus) HTC Flyer Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (T-Mobile) Acer Iconia Tablet (A500) Motorola Xoom Acer Iconia Smart Devices that are not listed may ...


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Google Talk is available for most Android versions, and in fact is pre-installed on all Google-authorised Android devices that have the Android Market and GMail installed (because both of those apps rely on Talk to do their authentication and communication). It may just be called "Talk" on your device rather than "Google Talk" or "Gtalk". If you're talking ...


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Currently and sadly, there's no such option to allow the action of auto-answer an incoming Skype call. You can keep an eye out on this threads, maybe in a nearby feature such solution will arrive: Skype Support Network: Auto answer incoming call on Android OS XDA Developers forum thread: [RQ] Skype auto answer XDA Developers forum thread: [Q] Skype Auto ...


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For me 'Sign Out' behaves exactly as on the PC Skype client. i.e. the client keeps running. If you then force it to quit (see below) you will need to enter your password again next time you sign in. Here is a generic way to quit Skype that does not require to install a new task manager or some 'stop skype' app: Go to Settings -> Applications -> Manage ...


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At the time this question was originally asked, Skype Lite was the only official Skype client and it was locked into the Verizon Network and it locked voice calling to wifi only (so as not to compete with their cell minute plans). As of early October, Skype released it to the Market for phones on other carriers. It was still crippled from making SkypeOut ...


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As of Skype 2.1 for Android (August 4, 2011), according to the Skype Blog. The following Android devices are supported: Acer A5 HTC Desire (2.2) HTC Desire HD HTC Evo 3D HTC Evo 4G HTC Flyer HTC Incredible S HTC Sensation HTC Thunderbolt - Verizon (2.2) (US only) LG Revolution - Verizon (2.2) (US only) Samsung Droid Charge - Verizon (2.2) (US only) ...


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I'm guessing Skype installs to the SD card by default, in which case you should check out this question: What does the 'Failed to move application. Not enough memory' error means when choosing 'Move to SD card'


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You might want to take a look at Asterisk, an open source PBX. You can create a dialplan that will ring your Skype or sip address first, and then switch to your prepaid phone number. With version 1.8, Asterisk supports Google Voice in addition to Skype. Dialplans are completely configurable, however this does entail setting up a server to run Asterisk. The ...



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