WARNING: Google Voice does not support 911 or any other type of emergency calls!If you have any suggestions or issues please contact:
androidtouchdev [at] gmail.com Frequently Asked Questions:1.) Is this a simple callback app?
Answer: No, this is a pure VoIP(Voice over IP) calling app that communicates directly without any additional latency. You DO NOT need a SIP client or callback app to place and receive calls. 2.) Is this designed for an Android tablet?
Answer: Yes, Tablet Voice will enable your Android tablet to place and receive calls. It will work with WiFi only tablets too.3.) I'm not receiving incoming calls. Help!?
Answer: To receive incoming calls you must enable 'Google chat' as one of your phones to ring in your Google Voice settings.4.) My tablet has a 3G/4G data connection but I can't login or place calls like I can when using WiFi.
Answer: To use 3G,4G you must enable this in the settings. Only wireless is allowed by default. As noted above, mobile data can be costly if you don't have unlimited data. Please verify that your cell carrier allows VoIP data traffic before enabling this option on your tablet. This application uses ~1.2 MB per minute during a call.5.) I get an audio error message(female voice) while trying to place a call that says "call cannot be completed". Can you help me?Answer: This is a known problem and can usually be fixed by doing the following from a desktop or laptop computer:Log in to gmail.com and verify that you have a chat/phone call widget in the lower left corner. If you do please try placing a call test call from gmail. If you don’t see the chat/phone call talk widget in gmail please visit the following link:
http://www.google.com/chat/voice/Once you successfully place a call from gmail.com then go to the settings in Tablet Voice then click the back menu button. This just makes sure that you re-login and is required after the fix above.6.) I have some other issue or a suggestion. Help!
Answer: Please email androidtouchdev [at] gmail.comThank you!