|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-developers] Linphone - Emergency calls|
|Date:||Tue, 14 Jul 2020 21:37:27 +0200|
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I think you need a much more specific answer from BT about how
they mean that the call shall be made.
I guess that Vadim means to bypass Linphone totally and use the
phone's native method to make an emergency call with its built-in
method for calling.
Is that ok for you?
The alternative is to ask BT if they have a SIP interface for
emergency calls and if it e.g. is according to the way that is
specified by EENA in EENA NG112, and have your app do the call
This is however quite complex and requires that you have
ambitions to become a quite big carrier. And BT or UK may not yet
have that call interface.
Well at last on Android, there is an api call to launch normal system dialer with spécified number... I suppose on iPhone they have something similar
Le mar. 14 juil. 2020 à 13:42, <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
I've recently created an iOS and Android app using Linphone. I've spoken
with BT in the UK regarding compliance with emergency calls, they have
suggested to force the app to use the mobile network when dialing 999,
is it possible to force the app to use the mobile network rather than
Any help/guidance appreciated.
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