Starting on Android SDK 3.13.1 we have added support for automatic audio
routing, which allows directing output to Bluetooth, wired speakerphone
etc. – using the AudioController interface, at the method called
enableAutomaticAudioRouting. Refer to th...
Sinch In-App Video supports the following CODECS: Native platform Codecs
Notes iOS and Android Hardware H264 if available or software H264
Documentation site to learn how you can ...
In general, No. The main two mobile operating systems Android and iOS
require that applications should not stay in the foreground and be
active listening for calls. Therefore push notifications were developed
to allow an application to be activated f...
Yes, you can mute the input using com.sinch.android.rtc.AudioController
on Android, and SINAudioController on iOS. Sinch does not support muting
the output; it can only be done by the user by silencing their volume.
Visit the In-App Voice Calling pro...
The Sinch SDK will use P2P for the voice stream when possible. The ICE
protocol is used for NAT traversal. If a P2P channel is not possible
(for example when both sides are behind a symmetric NATs) the voice
channel will fall back to Sinch media prox...