Weird #android issue. Can you folks with a Galaxy Nexus on AT&T start a video chat while not connected to wifi? My coworker just got one and can't do it, but my Galaxy Nexus on T-Mobile can. They're both on 4.0.4, and are on the stock ROM. Other than the carrier, the phones are identical as far as I can tell.
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- You can't buy a plan without buying their device and/or a contract? I'd say no thanks and walk away. If no company offers a reasonable plan then I'd go without and would let them know why. That alters my mantra, Canada is the 2nd worst country for communications. I feel a little better now.Jul 8, 2012
- Except for the part where I really like having a cellphone...Jul 8, 2012
- Not my problem but go right ahead and let them have their way with you.
Kiss me. What? Kiss me. What do you mean by that? I like to be kissed when I'm being fucked .
---Dog Day AfternoonJul 8, 2012
- and anyone else that's interested, I found that it is carrier DNS that blocks certain features through the web. Anything that was being blocked like Google Talk video now works. SetDNS from the Play Store takes care of any carrier DNS blocking issues. For rooted phones only I think.
Edit: Just rechecked video on talk and it's not working again, but everything else that was being blocked is still working. :/Sep 4, 2012
- Hmm... I wonder what will happen if you set up VPN to a server under your control.
<-- has a ssh/mail/nntp/web server at home since 1990s :)Sep 4, 2012
- DNS is almost trivial to bypass so if that's their game.... Speaking of VPNs, oh yeah, that's almost a required feature for things like coffee shop connections and other reasons. It becomes simpler to just encrypt everything and have control over routing and DNS.Sep 4, 2012