regarding audio chat on android

by Harishkumar V » Sat, 11 Apr 2009 14:45:39 GMT

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 Dear All,

Is android have any audio chat software being ported to test with in LAN.
Any link available on this, how to port audio chat on android. any links to
guide this.

How to develop audio chat on android...

Thanks and Regards,



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