Wait, Jitsi on Android does support encrypted voice calls, why do you
think it doesn't?
For this to work, you don't need server support. Voice calls (and Jingle
related stuff in general) work peer-to-peer.
The last time I tried out Jitsi on Android, text chat and voice calls
were working, however, there were several problems. It sometimes had
problems with OTR, MUCs and filetransfers weren't available, and startup
was horribly slow. Also, there was one problem that seemed related to my
Phone: The voice calls couldn't be encrypted. Calls between the
Windows/Linux version of Jitsi and my friends phones were encrypted
flawlessly, but whenever my Phone was involved, it wouldn't work.
Also, when calling with my Phone, every few seconds the sound hung for
On 27.09.2015 15:19, Mike Nagie wrote:
Thanks Marius for your answer!
The thing is, I don't own a XMPP/Jingle server. We (my friends and I)
use the Jitsi server. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We love how Jitsi automatically encrypts calls, and we would like to
use it between a computer and an Android phone.
So there are no error messages, and the only 'problem' is that we didn't
find any application which could handle Jitsi voice calls.
The Android Jitsi app would be perfectly okay, just it hasn't supported
voice calls yet.
Jitsi Meet works quite well between PCs and Android, however it's little
hard to call someone suddenly.
I emphasized how we love that Jitsi encrypts calls. It wouldn't be a
good solution if we found an app which can handle xmpp/jingle accounts
but doesn't support zrtp calls.
Danke noch einmal
On 15-09-27 14:46:29, Marius wrote:
Am 27.09.2015 um 10:42 schrieb Mike Nagie:
Is there a way to make encrypted secure Jitsi* calls with my Android
*(I'd like to use my Jitsi account, and not a OSTEL or anything else)
I saw there was an Android app. Even though I'm not a fearless alpha
warrior I tried it. It seems it cannot handle voice calls, only xmpp
Not to mention 5 more months and it's a 2 years old release.
it works, but it has a few "nice" bugs
I'm afraid that you can not make a voice call, isn't Jitsi's fault.
Does your XMMP server support audio and video ?
Whats your main problem ?
Do you get an error message ?
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