Android Native Phone App

Items Needed

  • IOS or Android phone
  • GS Wave app from iTunes or Google Play store
  • SIP user
  • SIP password
  • SWTPVOIP domain
  • Login information for web portal: Https://

Obtain Your Domain Info

  • Log into PBX portal at
  • Login Name will be your extension@your domain (eg. 1001@demo)
  • Enter your Password
  • Click Log In
  • Click on the Phones button at the top
    • If you do not see a softphone listed already, click the Add Phone button
    • For phone suffix enter a ‘g’.  Do not use ‘m’ as it is dedicated to the SNAPMobile app
    • Record calls: no
    • 911 Caller ID: set to your main phone number
    • Model: do not change this option.
  • Click the pencil button to the right of the mobile app extension (you may have just created this).
  • Take note of the Domain, Outbound Proxy, Username and Password

Configure Android Phone App

  • Open the phone application
  • At the top right press the three dots
  • Select Settings
  • Select Calls
  • Select Calling accounts
  • Select SIP Accounts
  • Select Username
  • Enter the Username from the portal information
  • Select Password
  • Enter the password given in the portal information
  • Select OK
  • Select Server
  • Enter the Domain given in the portal information
  • Select OK
  • Select Optional settings
  • Select Authentication username
  • enter the username given in the portal information
  • select ok
  • Select Outbound proxy address
  • Enter:
  • Select ok
  • Select SAVE at the top

Configure Calling Settings

  • You should now see your account listed. Press the back arrow
  • Select Make calls with
  • Select Ask first
  • Select Use SIP Calling
  • Select For all calls
  • At the bottom of the screen select the toggle for Receive incoming calls
  • Select the back arrow until you get to the home screen

Make a Test Call

  • From the dialer enter a number you wish to call
  • Press the green dial key
  • You will be prompted with a screen asking which account to use.
  • Select the SIP account you set up above

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