Business Communicator User Guide Android-R21.5.0

Business Communicator User Guide Android-R21.5.0
Communicator for Android
User Guide
Release 21.5.1
Document Version 1
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Table of Contents
1
About Communicator for Android..............................................................................................4
2
Get Started ......................................................................................................................................5
2.1
Installation .....................................................................................................................................5
2.2
Sign In ...........................................................................................................................................5
3
Main Tabs ........................................................................................................................................6
4
Contacts ..........................................................................................................................................7
4.1
Contact Card .................................................................................................................................7
4.2
Add Contacts ................................................................................................................................7
4.3
Edit.................................................................................................................................................7
4.4
Filters .............................................................................................................................................7
4.5
Sort and Display Order .................................................................................................................8
5
5.1
Audio Calls......................................................................................................................................9
Dial Pad Tab .................................................................................................................................9
5.1.1
VoIP Calling Mode ...............................................................................................................9
5.2
Make Audio Calls....................................................................................................................... 10
5.3
Answer Call ................................................................................................................................ 10
5.4
In Call Actions ............................................................................................................................ 10
5.5
Missed Calls and New Messages ............................................................................................ 11
5.6
Message Waiting Indicator and Voice Mail Access ................................................................. 11
5.7
Business Line Call Back............................................................................................................ 11
5.8
Contact Name Lookup for Incoming Calls and Call Logs ....................................................... 12
5.9
N-Way Calling (Conference) ..................................................................................................... 12
5.10 Call Waiting ................................................................................................................................ 12
5.11 New Call ..................................................................................................................................... 12
5.12 Call Transfer............................................................................................................................... 12
5.13 Call Pull ...................................................................................................................................... 12
5.14 Call Park ..................................................................................................................................... 13
5.15 Security Classification ............................................................................................................... 13
5.16 Bluetooth Support ...................................................................................................................... 13
6
Call History .................................................................................................................................. 14
7
Side Navigation ........................................................................................................................... 15
7.1
My Status ................................................................................................................................... 15
7.1.1
7.2
Availability Rules ............................................................................................................... 16
Call Settings ............................................................................................................................... 16
7.2.1
Do Not Disturb .................................................................................................................. 16
7.2.2
Personal Assistant ............................................................................................................ 16
7.2.3
Call Forwarding ................................................................................................................. 17
7.2.4
Remote Office ................................................................................................................... 17
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7.2.5
7.3
Block My Caller ID ............................................................................................................ 17
Preferences................................................................................................................................ 17
7.3.1
Language Support ............................................................................................................ 17
7.3.2
Device ID ........................................................................................................................... 18
7.3.3
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................ 18
7.3.4
Automatic Sign In.............................................................................................................. 18
7.4
Call Center Agent (Queues)...................................................................................................... 18
7.5
Test Call ..................................................................................................................................... 18
7.6
Help Page .................................................................................................................................. 18
7.7
Sign Out ..................................................................................................................................... 18
8
Search ........................................................................................................................................... 19
9
Push Notifications for Calls ...................................................................................................... 20
10 Multi-Device Support ................................................................................................................. 21
11 Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 22
12 Appendix A: Third-Party Software and Copyright ............................................................... 24
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About Communicator for Android
Communicator for Android provides the following communication features:

Voice Calling (VoIP)

Voice Calling (Circuit Switched)

BroadWorks Call Settings
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Get Started
This section contains the essential information for getting started with Communicator.
2.1
Installation
Android clients can be downloaded from Google Play.
2.2
Sign In
When you first launch the application, you are prompted to sign in.
1)
If displayed, enter the device configuration address (Uniform Resource Identifier
[URI]) provided by your service provider.
2)
Enter your BroadWorks user name and password.
3)
Select whether you would like Communicator to remember your password.
4)
Select whether you would like Communicator to sign you in automatically on
subsequent launches.
5)
Tap Sign In.
NOTE: If you choose automatic sign in, you are automatically signed in and taken to the
Contacts list upon subsequent Communicator launches. Otherwise, you are presented with the
Sign In screen.
A pop-up dialog about emergency calls may appear on the Sign In screen.
With basic sign-in, there are options on the emergency call pop-up:

Ok – Sign-in completes and the user can use the client.

Cancel – Sign-in is canceled and the user is returned in the Sign In screen.
Depending on your service provider settings, the client may have a link for Forgot
Password on the login dialog box allowing retrieval of forgotten password. The
functionality for retrieving the password is provided by the service provider.
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Main Tabs
When you start Communicator for the first time, your Contacts list is empty. You use the
search field to find people and add them to your Contacts list. Contacts can also be
added manually by tapping the Add button.
Icon
Description
Contacts – View your contacts from
a Buddies list, or a local or company
directory.
History – View incoming, outgoing,
and missed calls.
Dial Pad – Make calls.
The main view contains a number of tabs that present information about the contacts and
communications options located on the top bar:

Contacts

Dial Pad

History
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Contacts
The Contacts tab contains the following:


UC-One Contacts

All

Online
Contact Directories

Local Address Book

Directory
Directory provides the company directory contacts. The Local contact list provides the
contacts from the local phone book.
4.1
Contact Card
The contact card displays information about a contact based on the contact type. This
includes Communicator contacts, Local address book contacts, and contacts from
directory search results.
The user can initiate a call directly from the contact card.
4.2
Add Contacts
When you sign in for the first time, there are no contacts on your Contacts list. Add a new
contact at any time by selecting the option Add Contact from the plus icon in the left
bottom bar. Another way to add new contacts is to use the directory search option from
the Contacts tab.
In the Add Contact screen, enter the contact’s information and then select OK.
Add a local contact by selecting the Add Local Contact option using the plus icon in the left
bottom bar. The Add Local Contact option opens the native Address Book for adding a
new contact in the local phone book.
4.3
Edit
Tap a contact from the Contacts list to open a contact card.
4.4

Select Edit from action overflow button to open the Contact Information dialog box
where you can edit information.

Select Remove from action overflow button to remove the contact from your Contacts
list.
Filters
There are four contact filters available from the Contacts tab:

All – Shows all contacts.

Online – Shows only contacts that are currently online.

Local Address Book – Shows the contacts from your local phone book.
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Directory – Shows the contacts from a company directory (which requires a search).
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4.5
Sort and Display Order
The following options in Preferences control how contacts are displayed:

Display by – display First name or Last name first.

Sort by – sort by First name or Last name.
NOTE: Asian names – Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK)
On Android, Asian names (CJK) are not dependent on the preceding settings. Asian names are
always sorted by Last name and displayed with the Last name first. For Asian names, the short
name format is always the full name.
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Audio Calls
5.1
Dial Pad Tab
The Dial Pad tab displays a dial pad and a text field used to
enter numbers. The dial pad is one of the options used to
make audio calls. There are buttons below the dial pad:
Call and Dial pad menu that are configurable by the service
provider. The top text field also has a delete button that,
when pressed, deletes one character at a time.
A badge notification appears on the Dial Pad tab when
there are messages in the voice mail box. The voice mail
icon under digit one becomes orange when there are voice
mail messages. A long press on digit one connects you
with your voice mail box. When there are no voice mail
messages in your voice mail box, the icon is grey.
The Dial pad menu can contain three options: VoIP Mode,
Pull Call, and Retrieve Call.
5.1.1
VoIP Calling Mode
Communicator Mobile supports an option that allows a user to switch easily between VoIP
and Mobile calling modes.

VoIP calls use WiFi or the carrier data network.

Mobile calls use the carrier circuit-switched network.
Users can switch between VoIP and Mobile through the Dial pad menu. An indication of
the currently selected mode is displayed on the Dial pad.

VoIP Mode On:


Outgoing and incoming calls use VoIP over WiFi or data network.
VoIP Mode Off:

Outgoing and incoming calls use the mobile circuit-switched network.
VoIP calls over the carrier data network are dependent on the quality of the network and
may incur additional charges. As such, there are options for an operator or end user to
disable VoIP calls over the carrier data network (3G, 4G, or LTE) if needed. Users can
control this behavior in Call Settings → VoIP Calls. There are two options:

WiFi only: VoIP calls are allowed only on WiFi.

All Networks: VoIP calls are allowed only on any data network.
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5.2
Make Audio Calls
You can make an audio call using one of the following methods:

Tap a contact from the Contacts list to open a contact card. From the contact card,
choose the headset icon
5.3
to make an audio call.

From the options provided, after long press on a contact.

From the search results, tap a contact to open a contact card and choose the audio
icon or by using the long press options.

Open the dial pad, enter a phone number, and tap the Call button.

On the Call History list, tap a call entry.
Answer Call
An incoming call is indicated with a ringtone. There are two options on the incoming call
screen: Accept and Decline. If you decline the call, it causes the line to sound busy at the
caller’s end and they know that you rejected the call.
If a user is in the middle of a VoIP call and receives an incoming cellular call, the VoIP call
continues while the phone is alerting. Once the cellular call is answered, the VoIP call is
put on hold.
5.4
In Call Actions
From the In Call screen,
following actions:

End a call

Mute the microphone

Place a call on hold
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Adjust the volume

Open the dial pad
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Make a new call

Transfer a call – Attended

Transfer a call – Unattended

Make a conference

Park a call

Transfer a call to circuit-switched call

Add more participants (in conference call only)

Merge two separate calls

Swap two separate calls

View participants (on a conference call)
In addition, the user can use the Android back button to leave the In Call screen and
navigate through the other application screens. Returning to the In Call screen is possible
through the active call toolbar in Communicator or the active call notification entry in the
Android notification center.
5.5
Missed Calls and New Messages
When you miss a call, the notification bar on the Android device shows a note. By tapping
the missed call, you go to the History screen. Notifications, for example, missed calls or
new messages, are also shown as badges on the tab icons.
5.6
Message Waiting Indicator and Voice Mail Access
If you have pending voice mail messages, then the notification bar on the Android device
displays an icon and the message, “You have XX pending voice mail messages”. By
tapping the voice mail notification, the application dials the voice mail access number
directly and you can listen to the voice mail messages.
Voice mail is also accessible with a long press of the dial pad “1” key (similar to how it is
on a regular mobile dial pad). If voice mail messages are available, then the “1” key
changes color. In addition, a voice mail notification is displayed as a badge on the Call tab
icon.
The number for new voice mails changes depending on how many are open or are new.
The voice mail icon in the notification area has an associated badge that shows the
number of new messages.
5.7
Business Line Call Back
Communicator allows you to originate a circuit-switched call using your business line
identity. This is done using the basic Call Back functionality on BroadWork..
Call Back is available if you have Remote Office assigned. The application checks to see
whether one of these services is provisioned with a phone number that matches the
mobile number. If it is provisioned this way, it provides the option to make calls using the
Call Back feature.
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5.8
Contact Name Lookup for Incoming Calls and Call Logs
When receiving a call, Communicator searches for the name in the following sources and
in the following order: Enterprise directories, Local Contact,
P-Identifier header (SIP), and From header (SIP). If the number matches one of the
contacts, the name is shown on the incoming call screen.
5.9
N-Way Calling (Conference)
Communicator Mobile supports network SIP-based conference calls. While on a two-way
audio call, you can add more participants by using the Conference button. It opens the
Address Book on the device to search for and select the new participant. Once the
conference is established, the participants are shown on the Device screen.
The other way to create Conference call or to add participants in an existing Conference is
to make a new second call and select the merge option.
5.10 Call Waiting
You can have one active call at any one time if you receive a new incoming call and
accept it. The existing call is put on hold and you can change between these two calls by
using the Hold and Unhold buttons.
5.11 New Call
The client supports starting a new call while in an ongoing call. The steps are as follows:
1)
Establish call with remote party.
2)
Initiate second call using the new call button.
3)
Select a contact then choose a number. After the new call is established, the first call
is put on hold. You can swap the two calls or to merge it in conference.
5.12 Call Transfer
The client supports transferring VoIP calls to another party. Two modes of transfer are
supported:

Attended Transfer – Establish a call with remote party. Select a contact then choose
a number. Select the call first option. If the call is successfully established, you can
talk with the third party privately before completing the transfer by pressing the
Complete button.

Unattended Transfer – Establish a call with remote party. Select a contact then
choose a number. Select the Transfer option and the transfer is completed.
5.13 Call Pull
Call Pull can be used in scenarios where a user has two endpoints, for example, a VoIP
desk phone and a mobile phone with Communicator. If the user has an active call on the
desk phone, this call can transferred seamlessly to the mobile phone via the Call Pull
button. Depending on the application, dialing settings, and service configuration, the call
can be pulled as a VoIP or circuit-switched call to the mobile phone. There is no
interruption to the voice call.
Call Pull button pulls audio only.
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5.14 Call Park
The Call Park service allows a “parking” user to park a call against a “parked against”
extension. The “parked” user is placed on hold until a user retrieves the parked call. If the
call is not retrieved within the provisioned recall time, then the parked call is reverted and
presented to the “recall” user.
5.15 Security Classification
The Communicator Mobile client provides the ability to specify the security classification of
a call. The security classification of a call party is determined by the security classification
set at the BroadWorks enterprise level; all users within the organization inherit that security
classification. Security levels are configurable on the server side, but there is always at
least one security level, that is, Unclassified.
In addition, each user can change the security classification for the duration of the call via
their handset. The user can change the security classification to a level less than or equal
to their configured security classification.
For calls, the security classification can be changed during a call by a user and it works
with supplementary services such as Call Transfer and Conference.
5.16 Bluetooth Support
You can control incoming and ongoing calls from a compatible Bluetooth headset.
The System requirements section in the Communicator for Desktop and Mobile Product
Guide lists the headsets that have been tested, although other Bluetooth devices should
also work.
Communicator Mobile Android supports mute and volume control from the Bluetooth
headset; however, answer and hang up are supported only from the application.
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Call History
Call history can be accessed from the History tab. Communicator saves a call history for
all and missed calls.
On the list of calls, there are icons indicating whether a call was incoming, outgoing, or
missed.
The list of the call items consists of an icon showing what kind of call it was (a green arrow
means incoming, a blue arrow means outgoing, and a red arrow means missed). It also
shows the name, number, Unavailable status for the caller, and below the name, it shows
the number, if available. To the right, is the date of the call and the time the call was
initiated.
Call history makes it easy for you to redial and call back when you miss a call or when you
want to dial a contact with whom you have recently spoken.
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Side Navigation
The Side Navigation contains the following items:
7.1

My status

Call settings

Preferences

Queues

Test call

About

Help

Sign out
My Status
You can set your own availability by tapping on your personal status from the side
navigation. It opens the My status screen where you can change your avatar, personal
message, and presence status.
NOTE: Availability can also be referred to as presence status, which was the term used in
previous releases of Communicator.
NOTE: In order to set an avatar when Communicator is working inside an Android for Work
profile, a Camera application inside the Work profile should be installed on the device. The
system administrator should provision such an application for the given Work profile and the user
should install it prior to initiating an avatar change action.
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You can enter a status message into the area next to the avatar. This status text is shown
in your friends’ Contacts lists.
7.1.1
Availability Rules
Availability Rules allows a user to configure calling rules associated with each of the
presence states. When the state is triggered, the associated rule is applied.
Each availability rule can be configured with one of the following options:
7.2

No Rules

Forward to Number

Silent Alerting
Call Settings
The client supports the following BroadWorks service management features, allowing
BroadWorks supplementary services to be turned on or off using the native client
Preferences window:
7.2.1

Do Not Disturb

Personal Assistant

Always forward

Forward when busy

Forward when no answer

Forward when not reachable

Remote Office

Block my caller ID

Dialing Service

VoIP Calls

Simultaneous Ring

Call Waiting

This phone number
Do Not Disturb
When you activate this service, all calls are typically blocked by the server and sent to
voice mail.
7.2.2
Personal Assistant
Personal Assistant allows configuring an announcement to be played to callers when the
called party is not available. The announcement notifies the caller of the reason the called
party is not available, optionally providing information on when the called party will return
and whether there is an attendant to attend the call. Based on that information, the caller
can make a better decision on calling back, transferring to an attendant, or leaving a voice
message.
Personal Assistant options can be configured in Call Settings. The following options are
available:

Presence different than None
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Until
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Transfer number

Ring Splash
Select “None” for Presence to disable Personal Assistant.
7.2.3
Call Forwarding
By tapping on a different Call Forward option, you can enter a number to forward your
calls as follows: Call Forward Always, Busy, or When Unreachable.
7.2.4
Remote Office
This service allows the use of any phone as the office phone from a charging and
numbering perspective. For instance, a hotel room phone can be used as the office
phone.
Enable Remote Office and specify a phone number to be used as the Remote Office
number.
7.2.5
Block My Caller ID
You can hide or display your number when calling or communicating with other parties or
contacts. To hide your number, set to “Enable”. To show your number, set to “Disable”.
7.3
Preferences
The client supports the following preferences:
7.3.1

Language Support

Sign in automatically

Troubleshooting
Language Support
The client is prepared for localization and can be delivered in any language. Currently, the
client is available in:

U.S. English

French

French (Canadian)

German

Italian

Spanish (European)

Spanish (Latin America)

Korean

Japanese

Chinese
Additional languages are available upon request as part of a customization project.
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7.3.2
Device ID
Communicator has the ability to lock the user to a single desktop or mobile device so that
the software cannot be used on other hardware. The Android user can copy the Device
ID from Preferences before signing into the application and provide it to the company
administrator. The administrator locks Communicator to the reported device and the user
can sign in only from this device.
7.3.3
Troubleshooting
The troubleshooting function can be used if there are issues encountered with the
application. It collects and sends diagnostic information to a predefined support email
address that is configurable via the branding process. This helps support personnel to
identify the issues. The information sent consists of the application and media engine
diagnostic logs.
Troubleshooting is managed by a menu entry in Settings. It can be accessed from two
places in the client:
7.3.4

From the Settings button on the Sign In screen – This opens the screen that contains
the help and troubleshooting-related entries. This can be used before the user has
signed in, which is most often for cases when a user has issues with signing in or with
connectivity.

From the Preferences screen, accessible from the side navigation. These are
available while the user is logged in.
Automatic Sign In
The user can choose to sign in automatically with Communicator Mobile with a default
account when the client is started. Together with the functionality to start Communicator
automatically at system startup, this makes it easier for users to remember to sign in and
be available for communication.
7.4
Call Center Agent (Queues)
Communicator allows a user to join and leave Call Center Queues and set their Automatic
Call Distribution (ACD) status. This functionality is available based on the configuration
and services assigned to the user.
To view the currently assigned queues, join and leave queues and change state, use the
Queues entry in the side navigation menu.
7.5
Test Call
The client provides the ability to perform an Audio
test call to an echo number. Note that the echo service is provided and enabled by the
service provider.
A common example of using an echo service is:

7.6
Press Test Call to initiate a call to the echo service, then follow the operator’s
instructions until you hear back your recorded message.
Help Page
The client provides web-based help that can be launched from the Settings view.
7.7
Sign Out
You can sign out at the bottom of the left-side navigation drawer.
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Search
Communicator supports search in Communicator Contacts and Contact Directories. The
search is performed in a separate input field in the Contacts tab. Depending on the
selected filter (All, Online, Local Address Book, or Directories), search results display
contacts only from the current selected category.
In addition to results from the Enterprise Directory the search is also performed in several
more search sources:

User’s Personal Phone List

Group’s Common Phone List

Enterprise’s Common Phone List
The enhanced search is applied for both contacts searching initiated by the user and
when receiving an incoming call, at which point the application performs a search for a
display name corresponding to caller’s number.
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Push Notifications for Calls
Communicator supports Push Notifications for Incoming Calls.
The feature leverages support on the BroadWorks Application Server to send Push
Notifications to mobile applications over Google Cloud Messaging services.
Mobile client applications use push notifications to get alerted for incoming calls and
accept the call as VoIP.
When there is new call, BroadWorks sends a push notification to the client, which is
presented to the user as either OS-specific visual notification or in the user interface of the
client application.
From a user experience standpoint, accepting a call works in the same way for both pushenabled clients and non-push-enabled clients. On Android, the call is presented to the
user with an application-specific Incoming Call screen with Answer and Decline buttons.
Outgoing VoIP calls are performed with SIP registration on demand, which is transparent
to the user. The SIP registration is done only when the user initiates the VoIP call.
In addition to push notifications for new calls, the solution also supports push notifications
for new voice mail.
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10 Multi-Device Support
Communicator provides support for users with multiple devices. This includes several
features:

Retrieving one’s own presence notifications, when another client updates the user’s
presence. The client updates its own status based on the information it receives from
the server.

Accepting a shared presence invitation in one client is also recognized by another
client, and both clients start receiving presence updates.

A new presence subscription made in one client is recognized in another. If the
contact blocks the invitation, there are presence notifications from the server to all of
the user’s clients indicating that the subscription was terminated, and this information
is shown to the user. If the client receives two presence authorization requests from
two or more devices for the same user, it only shows one request to the user.

Removing a contact from a Contacts list in one device is recognized in another client,
and the Contacts list is updated (that is, the contact is removed) in the other client as
well.
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11 Acronyms and Abbreviations
APN
Access Point Name
ACD
Automatic Call Distribution
CC
Country Code
CLIP
Calling Line Identification Presentation
CLIR
Calling Line Identification Restriction
CS
Circuit Switched
DSCP
Differentiated Services Code Point
FMC
Fixed-Mobile Convergence
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
HTTPS
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure Sockets
IM&P
Instant Messaging and Presence
IMRN
IP Multimedia Routing Number
IP
Internet Protocol
NAT
Network Address Translation
PBX
Private Branch Exchange
PIN
Personal Identification Number
QoS
Quality of Service
RCS
Rich Communication Suite
RTCP
Real-Time Control Protocol
SBC
Session Border Controller
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol
TN
Telephone Number
ToS
Type of Service
UC
Unified Communications
UI
User Interface
URI
Uniform Resource Identifier
URL
Uniform Resource Locator
VM
Voice Mail
VoIP
Voice Over IP
VPN
Virtual Private Network
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XR
Extended Report
Xsi
Xtended Services Interface
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12 Appendix A: Third-Party Software and Copyright
This software uses Smack (http://www.igniterealtime.org/projects/smack/) with Open
source Apache license: http://www.igniterealtime.org/projects/smack/.
This software uses DNSJava (http://www.dnsjava.org/), with Open source BSD-license:
http://www.dnsjava.org/dnsjava-current/README
This software uses LCrypto (http://www.bouncycastle.org/) with Open source MIT license:
http://www.bouncycastle.org/licence.html
This software uses libphonenumber (https://code.google.com/p/libphonenumber/) with
Open source Apache license: https://code.google.com/p/libphonenumber/.
This software uses ACRA (https://code.google.com/p/acra/) with Open source Apache
license: https://code.google.com/p/acra/.
This software uses OpenSSL (http://www.openssl.org/) with Open source Apache license
and Open source BSD-license: http://www.openssl.org/source/license.html.
This software uses WebRTC (http://www.webrtc.org/) with License:
http://www.webrtc.org/license-rights/license. Copyright (c) 2011, The WebRTC project
authors. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
* Neither the name of Google nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse
or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
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CONTRIBUTORS"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOTLIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FORA PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHTHOLDER OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOTLIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON
ANYTHEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF
THE USEOF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
This software uses OpenH264 with License
https://github.com/cisco/openh264/blob/master/LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2013, Cisco Systems
All rights reserved.
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Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND
CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" ANDANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
AREDISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FORANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ONANY
THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF
THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
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