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    Default Qik App for video conferencing

    I am having a problem with video chat. Whoever initiates the call doesn't have to push the talk button to be heard but the other party does. Does anyone know if this is a setting or if this is the way it is suppose to be??
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    Default Re: Qik App for video conferencing

    Quote Originally Posted by dixiediamond View Post
    I am having a problem with video chat. Whoever initiates the call doesn't have to push the talk button to be heard but the other party does. Does anyone know if this is a setting or if this is the way it is suppose to be??
    That's how it is.


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    I suppose that's just how it is. A friend and I used it when we got our phones a while back and he mentioned to me that he didn't know he had to press a button to reply at first. I started the call so I didn't know about that until he told me. I haven't used qik since because it is a terrible program all though the idea is great.

    Sucks that we don't have Skype and Fring doesn't have it anymore either. I hope that someone else comes out with a good video conferencing app. The ability to see the person while I talk to them was one of the main selling points when I purchased my Evo.

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