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This guide will assist you with the general steps needed to configure the native Android SIP client. This guide is based on the native Android SIP Client that is included with Android 4.1.1. We cannot guarantee 100% compatibility with all future Android releases since settings may change. This guide is provided for those who wish to Android's native sip client. Ideally you will want to use a wifi connection with these features, instead of a 3G connection.

NOTE: Please be aware that: If used over 3G/4G/EDGE then depending on carrier and service plan used, you may be billed for your data usage.

We recommend that you read each step through in its entirety before performing the action indicated in the step.

Username and Password

To access your Sip Username and Password, please go to the Sip Users page after signing in, use a number from your list, see below:



STEP 1 Launching the Android SIP Client
To open the Android SIP Client begin by tapping on the Phone icon in your app drawer.




STEP 2 Navigate to the SIP account details screen
Bring up the Settings menu by tapping on the three dots.





On the Call Settings page scroll down to the Accounts option and tap on it.





From the Internet calling (SIP) accounts screen, tap on Add Account near the bottom.





STEP 3 Configuring your Callcentric account
We will now create a profile and enter the required credentials, such as your Callcentric number, password and SIP server on the SIP account details screen:





   
Setting Value
Username Use any phone number from your Numbers page.

For example: 61438000000.

Password Enter your extension SIP Phone Number Password here. On your Numbers page click on any your Sip Phone Number to show the Sip Password.
Server sip.yourdomainname.com

IMPORTANT: Under Optional settings, change Transport type to TCP.

Tap Save after you have entered the above information. Your configuration should look similar to the one shown in the picture below:





STEP 3 That's it! You can now make a phone call.
You can make a test call to any phone number in your destination list.

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