Native Android SIP Client on Android for SIPPhone Call
New Android 2.3 version (gingerbread) includes a full SIP protocol stack and integrated call management services.
Users can make voice calls over the internet to other users who have SIP accounts and can add an internet calling number (a SIP address) to any Contact and can initiate a call from Quick Contact or Dialer.
To use internet calling, the user must create an account with talktt mobile services.
Which Android phones does Native Android SIP Client work on?
You need to have Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) version on your phone to use native Android SIP client. Some of the Android phones with 2.3 Gingerbread verison on the market are;
Google Nexus One, T-Mobile Pulse, HTC EVO 4G, HTC Droid Eris, HTC Hero, HTC Wildfire, HTC Incredible, HTC Sapphire, Nexian Journey A890, HTC Dream
Installation and Configuration of native Android SIP
1.) Go to Settings and then to Call Settings and find "Accounts" settings.
2.) Under" Accounts" find SIP Accounts and click "Add Account" button.
3.) Enter the following information;
User Name: 5551234567 - use the account number assigned to you.
Password: Enter the same password used to login to your talktt account
Server : sip.talktt.com
Enable "set as primary account".
Once you enable Internet Calling under Settings, you are ready to make calls using Internet Calling over WiFi or 3G.