i stand corrected
i stand corrected
So iPhone 1.0.2 can use headphone as mic, or is it confirmed working with an external mic? 1.1.1+ doesn't work with both or just headphone mic? Compatibility chart should be much clearer.
iPhone 3GS / 3.1.2 JB (PwnageTool) / 04.26.08 carrier-locked, Carrier Logo Fixer / Cydia / 1000 posts on Hackint0sh
Installing Cydia programs on a phone that has no internet connection: read this.
Editing binary .plist, .strings, .nib and .xib files:
* on your computer: Windows tool / conversion website.
* on your iPhone: convert those files in a terminal with plutil (installed with Erica Utilities) or edit them with iFile (Cydia links).
1.0.2 has been reclassified as not working
I have donated myself would love to get this working, Anyone have any news on truphone voip app that was ment to get released?
Any news ? i am very interested on this application,but it seems that for iphone is not so easy....
another quick bump. the guys at touchdev have put up the file required to configure input the mic on their website however it doesnt look like there is much interest for the iphone. Ive got a feeling development of this app on the iphone might come to a halt soon as touchdevs havent got one to play around with themselves. Is there anyone on here that has the expertise?
The problem is a big one: how to do the audio routing for iPhone/iTouch. Fortunately for the iPod Touch, its default audio input route happens to be the line-in port where the external mic is, so it doesn't have to do routing. Not so for the iPhone--I've been told that even the external mic won't work with the iPhone. So the question is how to route the internal mic
The real problem is that everyone is in a sort-of lame duck state...no one wants to put in the effort to figure something like this out when the SDK is around the corner...
Good news! I figured out how to make this thing work in my iPhone 1.1.2. There is only a small problem, you really have to yell to be heard on the other side, but well it is better than nothing.
I explain how I did, so you can try and share your experience:
1. copy the file /var/root/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist to your computer using your preferred method.
2. convert the .plist to ascii (you may use this: http://188.8.131.52/~khchung/cgi-bin/plutil.cgi)
3. open the new file with a text editor and look for the following section:
and change <string>Baseband input</string>
by <string>WM8758 Input Device audio0</string> in both places.
4. overwrite the file inside the iPhone... sorry, inside iPhone and restart iPhone
5. install touchmod sip client If you have not done it yet
6. IMPORTANT: before running the sip client you have to plug the headset. The sip client will only work with the included white headset.
8. start yelling... yes, it works but it seems like the default input volume of the iPhone is just horribly low.
It would be nice to have more people tinkering about this problem with the record volume... there must be a default value settable in some .plist somewhere. I have a candidate /var/preferences/com.apple.audio.DeviceSettings.plist, but I have modified the <real> values for the input device but nothing changes.
Ah, something else that some people may like... with this hack, if you use the recfile program in touchmods.net while in a regular cell phone call, the conversation is recorded in the output file ... actually, you will only hear the voice of the person in the other side of the line, since yours will be extremely low .