Urgent Help Needed in Windows Mobile Voice Routing Issues in VOIP Applications. RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    I am developing a VOIP Application for the Windows Mobile 6. I am getting a problem while running it.The problem is that when an incoming or outgoing call is done the voice is coming from the speaker phone not from the earpeice which should be the standard solution as per my application is concerned. Please tell me the solution to this problem so that I can program my application to use the earpeice instead of the speaker phone. Is there some API function call in the Windows Mobile 6 Professional SDK so that I can make it a genaral solution to all the windows mobile 6 professional devices. Also I can use the RIL Library for it but this component may not be necessary in each windows mobile 6 professional device as it is an optional component for the OEM and also Microsoft has made a strict licence policy to use it in the application. I dont know about the OSSVCS.DLL which someone has told me to use to accoomplish the task. Is this a integral component of the windows Mobile 6 Professional SDK. Can We use TAPI 2.0 API or Microsoft has put some restrictions on it also. Can I get some details from somewhere, Where I can get all the list of components of Windows Mobile which I can use in my application without licence Restictions. I am always confused in using some core libraries in windows mobile due to licence restrictions where can I know this info.

    Please help me out to this.

    Thanks in advance.....

    Friday, April 3, 2009 7:18 AM


  • Hi kaptaanveepee,

    So far as I know there is no common way could do that, however, RIL APIs or ossvcs.dll export functions.
    I have contact with OEM company to solve this issue in my case.

    you may take a look at http://teksoftco.com/forum/, the website owner who works on same issue several years.

    Tuesday, April 7, 2009 3:41 AM