3CX and 3CX Windows phone client

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  1. cyclone76

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    Hello,
    I have tried a 3CX Windows phone client on a Windows phone 10 lumia 640.
    Unfortunately, these beta version (built in 2015 - package 14.0.441.19.0 - application 14.0.44619) has many bugs and is not usuable.
    Its registers each 5 seconds and does not keep alive.Sound touch do not work after dialing the first number, error message when responding a call, no possible to call a 3CX Windows 10 client (message heard is "Aborted"), etc.
    Works with SIP phones as Cisco SPA-303.
    Will 3CX offert soon a new Windows phone version to his custommers ?
    Regards
     
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    Sorry i have post into bad section :-(
     
  3. Sopock

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    What we really need is desktop version of such app and not abandoning mobile version completely!

    Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 apps target an operating system (OS): either Windows, or Windows Phone. With Windows 10 you no longer target an operating system but you instead target your app to one or more device families. A device family identifies the APIs, system characteristics, and behaviors that you can expect across devices within the device family. It also determines the set of devices on which your app can be installed from the Store. Here is the device family hierarchy.
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    • Instead of targeting the universal device family, or targeting one of the child device families, you can instead target two (or more) child device families. Targeting desktop and mobile might make sense for your app.
    • One benefit of device families is that your app can run on any, or even all, of a variety of devices from phones, tablets, desktop computers, Surface Hubs, Xbox consoles, and HoloLens. Your app can also use adaptive code to dynamically detect and use features of a device that are outside of the universal device family.
    • The Universal Windows App Development tools come with emulators that you can use to see how your app looks on different devices. If you want to use these emulators, you need to install this software on a physical machine.
    • After you create your Universal Windows app, you must package your app to install it on a Windows 10 device or submit it to the Windows Store.
     
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    #3 Sopock, Mar 8, 2017
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