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#1 probbiethe1

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Posted 13 August 2012 - 10:51 PM

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Ever sense I purchased my first Android phone, I have been trying to push the limits of what it can do. One of my goals was to be able to make and receive free calls and texts from any Android device. A little over two years ago I was able to reach this goal with the help of Gizmo5 and Sipdroid and a lot of thanks to others that created the tutorials I followed. But shortly after my excitement left and sadness crept in as I read Gizmo5 was closing shop and the other one Sipgate wasn't accepting new applicants.

I decided instead of giving up I was going to stretch my skills and try to figure out a method to make and receive calls and texts myself. After a lot of trial and error and a lot of late nights I figured out a method that would work for anyone and everyone and not just those that were lucky enough to have gotten into Sipgate before it stopped accepting applicants. The process was quite a few steps and used several different services but it worked and to my credit it still works today, two years later.

In the last two years there has been a lot of advancement in the realm of VoIP service. One of the greatest, and my favorite, is GrooveIP. It is an all in one app that takes care of all the hassle for you ( I like to think they got their idea from me). The only thing you need is a Google Voice account and you can make and receive free calls all you want. The only issue for some now is successfully signing up for a Google Voice account because to sign up you already need a previous phone number. Well I am here to say that I haven’t given up on my love and desire for free calls and text and that I have created a new method and the simplest method ever to make and receive free calls.

You can find the link to the instructions HERE at my original method. And if for some reason the new method doesn’t work, you can always use my original method that still works.

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#2 loluyemi

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 02:41 AM

The simplest way to go: Googlevoice account and Talkatone App from the store. EASY! Of course, you still need data or wifi.
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Posted 29 August 2012 - 09:26 PM

I have never heard of Talkatone before but it does look very interesting. It still doesnt help people set up a google voice number with out already having a forwarding number.

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 11:13 PM

o stretch my skills and try to figure out a method
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#5 aaagul45

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Posted 18 December 2014 - 10:47 PM

I decided instead of giving up I was going to stretch my skills and try to figure out a method to make and receive calls and texts myself. After a lot of trial and error and a lot of late nights I figured out a method that would work for anyone and everyone and not just those that were lucky enough to have gotten into Sipgate before it stopped accepting applicants. The process was quite a few steps and used several different services but it worked and to my credit it still works today, two years later.???

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Posted 20 September 2015 - 01:25 PM

Все хорошо, достаточно продвинуто, работает достаточно быстро и удобно: http://bit.ly/luchshij-smartfon-2015

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#7 TracyLay

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