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XMPP is an open-standard communications protocol. It can be used for instant messaging, but also for various other tasks which involve exchanging data between multiple entities. XMPP is an acronym for "Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol".

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(e.g. XMPP). You only have to deal with fact that Android will kill your process if it's under memory pressure. But the same manager that did kill your service (ActivityManager) will also restart …
answered Jan 18 '13 by Flow
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MAXS (Modular Android XMPP Suite) does what you want, and much more. You can reply to incoming SMS messages or send them via XMPP. All you need is a standard XMPP client on your PC. Note: According …
answered Jan 10 '14 by Flow
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GTalkSMS (Google Project Page) does what you want (and much more). Edit: After actively developing GTalkSMS, I decided that it's time to spawn a new project called MAXS. See my second answer. Note: …
answered Apr 17 '12 by Flow
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Not sure if this question is on-topic on Android Enthusiasts. But I work with XMPP and Android, so here is my answer: As Lie Ryan already stated, a handover from one mobile cell to another is almost … TCP connection to become unusable by the XMPP client. On Android the standard XMPP library that most clients use - besides having their own proprietary one - is (a)Smack: Clients that use (a)Smack …
answered May 12 '12 by Flow
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No there is no federated XMPP Client for Android that supports video calling. Federated because there many proprietary XMPP Clients that do so, but they work only within their own network. The … reason because there is no such XMPP client is pretty simple: Jingle (the XEP which is used for XMPP video calling), is pretty new and most XMPP libraries don't support it yet. This is especially true for …
answered Feb 15 '12 by Flow
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