To register your DX70 or DX80 to Cisco Spark service, it must be running CE8.2. Currently the DX70 and DX80 are shipped with Android-based software. Your first step in registering to Cisco Spark is to convert from Android-based software to CE. It is the same software that runs on the Cisco TelePresence SX and MX Series.
Before converting to CE software, it is important to consider the conversion requirements and the functionality changes compared to Android-based software.
The following features are currently not supported:
Keyboard control, keyboard, and mouse redirect
Intelligent audio (Audio cone)
Standard Android accessibility features
Ringtone and wallpaper options
OSD mute indicator
Non-QWERTY keyboard language localization
Features you gain when registering to Cisco Spark, and on CE software:
Easy to use administrator portal
LED missed call indicator
“Camera closed” indicators
Refer to the DX70 and DX80 data sheets for further information.
You can find a detailed description about how to convert from Android-based software to CE software in the Cisco DX70 and DX80 Convert between CE and Android based software guide.
When you convert an Android-based DX70 or DX80 to CE, you go through the following steps:
Prepare the Cisco UCM.
Install the first CE software image.
Check that the DX device upgrades.
Register the DX device anew in Cisco UCM. If you are registering several devices, you can use the MigrationDX tool.
Run the set up wizard on the DX.
If you are migrating a DX device and you do not use Cisco UCM, you can use the Cloud Upgrader tool.
After the conversion, you can register your DX70 or DX80 to Cisco Spark. Learn more about managing devices on Cisco Spark in the Getting Started with Cisco Spark Services and Device Management articles.
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