I have a brand new Samsung Galaxy S3 running ICS. I have Anyconnect running just fine, I tried installing Jabber Client, and I keep getting the following error message:
Please check your Internet Calling Setting and try again. If the problem persists, contact your system administrator.
For device ID, I am using BOTXXXX naming convention and for server I am putting the IP address of the Publisher, but tried DNS name as well, but that did not work either.
I am running CUCM 18.104.22.16800-7 and I just installed the cmterm-android_8.6.2v17b.cop.sgn on my publisher and subscriber nodes and rebooted all.
I basically followed this document to the T:
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
My Cisco TAC engineer just learned that the Samsung Galaxy s3 is not yet supported with Jabber for Andoid Client. See her response below.
"I’ve forwarded that information to our BU. I got to learn that Samsung S III is not yet supported with Jabber for Android client. I am currently waiting on a response for them to see if there is any upgrade we can perform on the device to get this working. I will keep you posted."
I can't get it to register with CUCM either. I have attempted to connect via AnyConnect and connected directly to our Corporate WiFi.
Cisco Unified Communications Manager - Version 22.214.171.12400-21
Samsung Galaxy S3/Android - Version 4.0.4
Cisco Jabber for Android - Version 9.0.1
For the SGH-I747 if you can get baseband ending in LH1 you should have more success. LG1 will not work. I'm putting together a document right now to help track these unsupported devices. Stay tuned...
Here's the doc I put together real quick, unfortunately it looks like all of the phones mentioned in this thread are already listed. https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-26610 I have some more data on the Note to put up too.
You can add Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S3 (OS: Android 4.0.4; Baseband: I535VRLG1) to the "Unsupported Phones" column in the "Cisco Jabber for Android 8.6(4) and earlier" section of your spread sheet. Multiple Cisco Jabber for Android versions where tested in the wake of my unsuccessful 9.0.1 attempt.
I'm not aware of any established timeline. If you find an update from Sprint that lets it work please make a note of it in the documented I linked above.
Does Cisco or anyone has explanation why some Android phones with certain Android OS/Baseband versions are experiencing this issue " Please check your Internet Calling Setting and try again...." ?
I upgraded to:
Baseband Version: I9300XXLH1
Build Number: IMM76D.I9300XXBLG8
and this seems to work (previously I had the same error, I believe it's an ICS issue that's fixed with this newer update)
I am able to connect to my CUCM 8.6.2aSU1 using the Jabber Client Version 126.96.36.1992. I am also able to make outgoing calls. HOWEVER, I cannot receive incoming calls, no idea why, the phone does not ring, and when calling Voicemail I could not press 1 4 or 7 as the PIN. I am wondering what is wrong. Using S3 International with LH1 Baseband. Anyone experience similar issues?
Good morning all,
Recieved an update from Verizon last night, and I am able to get the device registered with CUCM. Haven't done much testing yet, but Visual Voicemail is a no-go so far.
Samsung Glalxy S3 -
se.infra@SEP-90 # 1
SMP PREEMPT Fri Aug 3 00:53:23 KST
Cisco Jabber -
Confirmed the above. After the Verizon update Jabber is working. I'm able to place and receive calls. Working great so far, hope Cisco implements Jabber chat soon as well in this client.
Only two issues thus far:
1) Visual Voicemail configuration causes the Jabber Client to crash. The only way to rectify has been to uninstall the client, then reinstall leaving the Visual Voicemail configuration un-configured.
2) There is no option to take the call via bluetooth headset once the call is active. You can initiate and recieve a call from the Bluetooth headset, but once you've connected without the headset you are stuck with speaker, or "handset".
Otherwise - all is well... short of the lacking IM/Chat, Presence, and Video capabilities of coarse .
Is there a configuration guide for setting up Jabber For Android on Cisco? I have downloaded the application from App Fridge. I need to get the configuration information.
Someone has configured Samsung Galxy S Duos. Below are details.
Galaxy S Duos