Set Low-Bandwidth Mode
Cisco Jabber for Android uses low-bandwidth mode to optimize the audio for low-bandwidth networks, which may improve call quality for VoIP calls.
To use low-bandwidth mode, one of the following must be true:
Your administrator has set up the system to handle calls between devices that use different codecs
Both your device and the device of the person you are calling support the same low-bandwidth codec (G.729a or G.729b)
If you call a device that does not support the same low-bandwidth codec, and the system is not set up to handle a codec mismatch, you may experience one of the following problems:
If you have questions about your system setup, contact your system administrator.
Set Calling Options
This procedure applies to phone services accounts that have the Dial via Office (DvO) feature enabled.
Add an Alternate Dial via Office Callback Number
When you use DvO, the corporate calling system calls you back to start all calls. The DvO callback number is usually your mobile phone number.
Change Alternate Dial via Office Callback Number
View Notices and Disclaimers
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Enable Differentiated Service for Calls
This option is enabled by default. We recommend not to disable this option unless you are experiencing issues in the following scenarios:
Set Default Audio Output
Disable Speaker for Voice Messages
Cisco Jabber for Android uses the default audio output device, which is either earpiece or speaker to play a voicemail. If you want to disable the speaker for your voicemail, then follow these steps:
Offline in a meeting Status
Jabber for Android displays "offline, in a meeting" status when the contact is offline, but has a meeting request in outlook calendar. This status is displayed in other users contact list on their mobile devices. For information, see Integrate Cisco Jabber with Applications chapter from the latest On-Premises Deployment Guide for Cisco Jabber.
Create Custom HTML Tabs
|2||Tap Add Custom Tab.|
|3||Enter the custom tab name and URL.|
|5||To remove a custom tab, in the Custom tab window, tap the custom tab, and tap Delete from the Edit custom tab window.|
|6||To remove multiple custom tabs, tap Edit icon in the Custom tab window, select custom tabs, and tap the Trash icon.|
Sort Your Jabber Contacts
Set Jabber Ringtone and Chat Notification Tone
Refresh Jabber Configuration
In the earlier releases, Jabber fetches configuration updates from the server at the time of sign-in. From the 11.9 release onwards, Jabber lets you sign in, and then it connects to each server individually to fetch configuration updates. This happens only at the first time you sign in to Jabber. From the second time you sign in to Jabber, it fetches the configuration updates from the cached data stored on your device.
The configuration updates are exchanged between your device and servers at an interval of 8 hours. If you want to manually refresh configuration updates at any time, you can follow this procedure: