This video will show you how to make calls using your WIFI through your home network or public hotspot using voip solutions, it will also show you how to make a call through your 3g network (data connection) and bypass your Mobile carriers voice network call over ip. This is a perfect solution for people who have a no or little coverage in their homes or apartment
Step 1. Go to Android Market and download Google Voice we will use it to make calls.
Step 2. Go to the web and log on to your Google Voice
Step 3. Go to Android Market and download SipDroid.
SipDroid would have created a Pbxes account and linked it to your Google Voice account. Now you will need to extract your some info (SIP credentials)
Step 5. Un-install SipDroid
Step 6. Now we need to log on into our Pbxes account. Go to www.pbxes.org . You will now need to enter in your Username and Password which you obtained from SipDroid before you un-installed it.
Step 7. make sure you do this or Pbxes will delete your account. Make sure you enter your GoogleVoice password this is very important so make sure you do this correctly.
Step 8. Now go to your Android Phone running CyanogenMod or update your phone to the latest OS. Watch my video for more info
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