Dirk101 wrote:Realistically for me (your mileage my vary) After I got the app tweaked the way I like it I never visit the settings page. So Yes I agree with you about keeping it " in app" is more convenient in the short run but not at the expense of a dedicated Favorites tab.
I go to settings once a month if that. I go to favorites 10 or more times a day.
wurst0815 wrote:An option to backup/ restore the application settings and profiles would be very helpful, maybe in XML format.
Using this method would also easily allow automated provisioning of those settings to corporate users.
* If u have Bria call in progress, incoming native call will put the Bria call on hold. There is no chance to tell the other party about this event; he will just see that got put on hold. This is iOS limitation. Native phone has the highest priority on the system. Once native call is comming, all other 3rd party (VoIP) apps have no possiblitity to do anything about it i.e the audio system becomes not availiable to them.[...]
wurst0815 wrote:The display of the called persons name would also be very helpful when using Bria with Asterisk. I think this feature is called Remote Party ID or Party asserted Identity. What I mean is that when I call another local Asterisk extension from Bria that I get the name of the called person displayed that is sent from Asterisk.
This works with my hardphones but not with Bria at the moment.
MyAccount wrote:We're using Bria as an Asterisk client for the iPhone. It's a pretty good substitution for the planned DECT-Phones. But to be perfect some professional features would be great: we're Hardy missing BLF's and some softbuttons to get access to Asterisk-functions (like forwarding, call-recording at the Asterisk-System, to apply to groups and so on)
That would be more than perfect!!! Thanks, Jens
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