Voicemail WAV files won't play on Android 2.2

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Sep 11th, 2010
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After my recent OTA upgrade to Android 2.2, I can no longer play CUE voicemail WAV files on my DROID Incredible. Is there a way to change to audio file type for voicemail attachment WAV files in CLI for CUE?


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Brian

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jaydien1358 Sat, 09/11/2010 - 15:50
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Yeah I search the entire CUE gui site and didnt find anything. Thinking it must be a CLI modification but dont know where to start on that.


-Brian

jaydien1358 wrote:


After my recent OTA upgrade to Android 2.2, I can no longer play CUE voicemail WAV files on my DROID Incredible. Is there a way to change to audio file type for voicemail attachment WAV files in CLI for CUE?

Than


ks.

Brian

www.jaydien.com


My hunch is that you'd chance the codec values in the appropriate dial-peer.


Values available are


TestBed(config-dial-peer)#codec ?
  aacld          AACLD 90000 bps
  clear-channel  Clear Channel 64000 bps (No voice capabilities: data transport only)
  g711alaw       G.711 A Law 64000 bps
  g711ulaw       G.711 u Law 64000 bps
  g722-48        G722-48K 64000 bps - Only supported for H.320<->H.323 calls
  g722-56        G722-56K 64000 bps - Only supported for H.320<->H.323 calls
  g722-64        G722-64K 64000 bps
  g723ar53       G.723.1 ANNEX-A 5300 bps (contains built-in vad that cannot be disabled)
  g723ar63       G.723.1 ANNEX-A 6300 bps (contains built-in vad that cannot be disabled)
  g723r53        G.723.1 5300 bps
  g723r63        G.723.1 6300 bps
  g726r16        G.726 16000 bps
  g726r24        G.726 24000 bps
  g726r32        G.726 32000 bps
  g728           G.728 16000 bps
  g729br8        G.729 ANNEX-B 8000 bps (contains built-in vad that cannot be disabled)
  g729r8         G.729 8000 bps
  gsmamr-nb      GSM AMR-NB 4750 - 12200 bps (contains built-in vad that cannot be disabled)
  ilbc           iLBC 13330 or 15200 bps
  isac           iSAC 10 to 32 kbps (variable bit-rate)
  transparent    transparent; uses the endpoint codec



That being said, I have no way of TESTING with an android.  I have customers that need the change, but of all these codec's available, I don't see PCM 16-bit 8kHz.   And that's what the 'droid's need...


I dunno how much that'd help...


    --==jb==--

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