today I did my first Android Test: Samsung Galaxy III, Linux Mint 14. Latest Android and Desktop versions of Jitsi.
OK, I know that the Android version is highly experimental, but my test might be of some value for the devs. At least: I managed to call both ways. Even encryption works like a charm. While I was able to send a video from the desktop to the phone - it fails the other way around. Both ways I’ve got one way audio: when I call from the phone - then I can send audio to the desktop but not the other way around. On the other way - calling the phone results in one way audio this way. That might be a codec issue - but as I cannot change any settings in Android - it’s hard to find out.
An user interface on Android barely exists. My question: is it not implemented yet or does it have hickups with my phone (screen resolution …)? What can one expect with the current version?
When I open Jitsi-Android, I can login, either as Jabber or SIP. The contact becomes online on the other side but I do not have a roster nor a chat window on Android. Incoming chat messages cause a characteristic signal but no visible message. Opening the session dialog fails.