@amaretzek: From s1p I have only access to the call history and not to all entries or numbers of a person in ‘contacts’. That means, only connections from the past are listed here on my phone.
Its a Xperia 10 / SFOS 184.108.40.206 (Pallas-Y) Adaption 0.0.4.10, Encryption of user directory shows as active (LUKS 1). s1p version is 0.9.1-1, updated today (Nov.24).
I can find no way to enter any letters into phone number field, regardless what type of, tel, pager, fax, whatever.
Writing the sip-address into the notes field of contacts is senseless, because s1p shows only the call history. Maybe depending on program versions?
But surely a good idea to write sip adresses into the notes field of a contact and then C+P it into s1p. This works. A more convenient way is to store someones sip address in the contacts as an e-mail adress. Then search the person opening contacts, long-tap on the sip address, store in clipboard, then paste into s1p. This seems to be the convenientest way…
@unmaintained: With walkie talkie I wanted to say, a connection between 2, 3 or 4 people and not connected to the public phone network. Maybe ‘closed circuit’ would be the better word for this. Despite - or because - I am radio amateur, nobody in my family is willing to use a PTT button…
Still remaining the problem, that a call is not established. Both phones s1p running and online (logged in, ‘Registered’ message on screen)
If I try to call the other phone, then on the top appears
‘From’ (rest of line empty)
‘To’ (rest of line empty)
Then (blue) Call
Then 3 buttons (icons) speaker, headphone, mute
On tapping the highlited green handset, it turns not highlited, and then the app hangs (crashes).
No connection is established and the other phone does not ring.
It’s not possible to ‘hang up’ with the red handset icon.
Have to quit s1p to escape this situation.
The one calling phone has internet connection via the built in SIM card and the other one via WLAN to a 3rd SFOS phone working as a wireless access point and s1p not running but installed. In the other direction, if the other phone is the calling one, it’s the same behavior.