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    HELP! Handling Call!!

    I am creating a program that could handle calls, I want to know how can I open the mic of the phone so that the other party could hear my voice and vice versa when a call is active?

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    sorry to say but you can't achive this with public SDK, except that in v3 FP2 you can use CAudioInput . [http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...t_Routing_API]

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    so you mean I can't create a function/class that can handle call in S60_3rd_MR?

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    sorry to say but you can't achive this with public SDK, except that in v3 FP2 you can use CAudioInput . [http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...t_Routing_API]
    I mean NO you can't.

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    even creating something like what the Phone is doing when on a call state? If ever i used the FP2, will my program still runs? I noticed that the program created in S60_3rd can also run in MR..

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    you can try it, but it is a true the older SDK [from v3 onward ]will work on future version of SDK devices but opposite might not be true.

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    I am not sure what you mean exaclty when writing
    Quote Originally Posted by joseph.m View Post
    I want to know how can I open the mic of the phone so that the other party could hear my voice and vice versa when a call is active?
    What kind of 'call' it would be? A regular phone call, or something else?

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    Its a SIP Call sir..


    Hope you can help me here..



    I was able to make, receive, answer and reject the call, but when I have successfully answer/establish the call (I verified using xlite) I can't hear any sound even the other side..

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    I found this things on the discussion board

    Code:
    1) record stream from microphone
    2) watermark the data
    3) play the edited data to uplink (this differs between releases how you can do it)
    
    On the other end you'd have :
    1) dowlink record stream
    2) extract the watermark
    the watermarked audio can be played to earpiece/loudspeaker.
    Can someone teach me how to do it?

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    Either take a look at the APS or VoIP Audio Service APIs

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    You may also benefit from checking Full-Duplex Audio Example on FN main site (www.forum.nokia.com, Documentation / Symbian C++ on the left, Multimedia).

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    Upon building the sample project i got these errors


    Severity and Description Path Resource Location Creation Time Id
    ';' expected fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 45 1217238247226 101497
    ';' expected fullduplexex/src fullduplexenginebase.cpp line 25 1217238247226 101506
    ';' expected fullduplexex/src fullduplexenginebase.cpp line 26 1217238247241 101508
    ')' expected fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 81 1217238247226 101503
    ')' expected fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 82 1217238246991 101315
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 25 1217238246976 101266
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 50 1217238246976 101271
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 73 1217238246976 101276
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 74 1217238246976 101281
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 76 1217238246976 101286
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 77 1217238246991 101291
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 78 1217238246991 101296
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 79 1217238246991 101301
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 81 1217238246991 101306
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 82 1217238246991 101316
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 84 1217238246991 101321
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 86 1217238247007 101326
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 88 1217238247023 101331
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 89 1217238247023 101336
    (included from: fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 90 1217238247023 101341
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 45 1217238247023 101346
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 142 1217238247023 101353
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 153 1217238247023 101360
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 154 1217238247038 101367
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 163 1217238247038 101374
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 174 1217238247038 101381
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 175 1217238247038 101388
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 182 1217238247038 101395
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 183 1217238247054 101402
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 196 1217238247054 101409
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 197 1217238247054 101416
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 208 1217238247070 101423
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 219 1217238247070 101430
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 231 1217238247085 101437
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 232 1217238247085 101444
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfbuffer.h] fullduplexex line 241 1217238247085 101451
    (included from:[..\..\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\EPOC32\include\mmf\server\mmfdatabuffer.h] fullduplexex line 35 1217238247101 101458
    ### Error: Compilation aborted at end of file ### fullduplexex Unknown 1217238247241 101509
    C:\FullDuplexEx\inc\fullduplexengine.h:26 fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 25 1217238246976 101267
    C:\FullDuplexEx\inc\fullduplexengine.h:26 fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 50 1217238246976 101272
    C:\FullDuplexEx\inc\fullduplexengine.h:26 fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 73 1217238246976 101277
    C:\FullDuplexEx\inc\fullduplexengine.h:26 fullduplexex/inc fullduplexenginebase.h line 74 1217238246976 101282

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    it can't find the SoundDevice.h


    I tried looking for it but It doesn't really exists in my Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\...

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    Quote Originally Posted by david.caabeiro View Post
    Either take a look at the APS or VoIP Audio Service APIs
    Will not serve the purpose.

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    Re: HELP! Handling Call!!

    Quote Originally Posted by joseph.m View Post
    I am creating a program that could handle calls, I want to know how can I open the mic of the phone so that the other party could hear my voice and vice versa when a call is active?
    Hello mr.joseph..

    i am trying to implement the same functions as u mentioned above...but i am having some problems..plz help me!!

    1.While making call, the call connects and disconnects suddely..
    2.Incoming call is not coming...

    so i need ur sample program...i have checked the pjsip simple, symbian_ua and symbian_ua_gui....i was not able to figure it out..plz send me ur sample...to sathiyapriyan.mahalingam@siptech.com

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