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comment Using an Android phone like a SIP ATA
mm2001, you got it! That's exactly it. The idea being while in the office it's far better to have the PBX take over the cellular connections so all calls are answered and handled as they should be.
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comment How to enable NFC on Galaxy Note I717 for lockscreen/screen off use?
Security, battery, whatnot... that's fine and dandy. Still eager to do it despite the security implications. Thank you for the thought ce4 :-)
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comment Using an Android phone like a SIP ATA
Thank you for the comment but I'm seeking a way to dial out from the device as well as redirect inbound calls to Asterisk right from the phone. As far as I can tell the SIP apps and tools I see now only allow you to dial out from the device and receive calls sent to it.
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comment Unoffical roms 4.0 or 4.1 for Galaxy Note?
Now I just need to find a simple step by step guide and I'll be set. :)
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comment Using an Android phone like a SIP ATA
Well that's pretty much what I was thinking ce4. It's not the most ideal solution but it would be great for those who want to bind our cellular devices with office systems during work hours, and still use them on call while outside the office. I'll keep my fingers crossed, but so far I haven't been able to find anything suitable. :) Seems chan_mobile it might be!
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comment Using an Android phone like a SIP ATA
Nothing was mixed up. The POTS side of business would be the mobile network. Also, Asterisk does most certainly support pairing with bluetooth devices to achieve similar goals to what I speak of and has since (at least) v1.4. See chan_mobile for more details. I am seeking a similar software solution to what might be more commonly known as more of a bluetooth SIP gateway.
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