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BlackVoib is a SIP client for GSM BlackBerry devices. It allows the user to make/receive VoIP calls on the internet via WIFI or OTA. It is not tied to any service provider.

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1. Fixed voice issue which either one party or both parties can't be heard.
2. Correct voice playback delay.
3. Keep alive message send to server every 20 seconds when a STUN server is specified.
4. BlackVoib now does not probe servers if IP addresses are used.
5. Fixed crash issue when signal is lost while on a call.

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Thanks for the notification of an updated version.

As a suggestion for a future/next release, can the program be set so that it will try WiFi first and if WiFi isn't available, it will use the carrier's data network? A lot of data programs have this feature.

When I toggle on the WiFi option within BlackVoib, it will connect to my SIP account using WiFi but when my Blackberry Bold 9700 is not connected to WiFi, it will tries and tries. Perhaps, after 5 "network fails" with WiFi, it could produce a message warning the user that it is switching to the carrier's data network and then use the carrier's data network.

Right now, I have to toggle on WiFi when I'm in a WiFi zone and toggle off WiFi when I'm no longer connected to WiFi.
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Thanks for the notification of an updated version.

As a suggestion for a future/next release, can the program be set so that it will try WiFi first and if WiFi isn't available, it will use the carrier's data network? A lot of data programs have this feature.

When I toggle on the WiFi option within BlackVoib, it will connect to my SIP account using WiFi but when my Blackberry Bold 9700 is not connected to WiFi, it will tries and tries. Perhaps, after 5 "network fails" with WiFi, it could produce a message warning the user that it is switching to the carrier's data network and then use the carrier's data network.

Right now, I have to toggle on WiFi when I'm in a WiFi zone and toggle off WiFi when I'm no longer connected to WiFi.
Good idea. The team were debating what to do about automatic 3G fall backs.
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