GrroveIp/GVoice bad echo and sound when using it to call.
tried playing with some of the setting but wasn't sure.
I got two WiFI only OV's set up for the GF kids to use but people can't hear them well.
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How good are conversations over say skype or google talk? If those work well, there is hope.
You can get sipdroid from the market, and use the app to register for a free pbxes.com account (must use app to register to get free google voice trunking)
Then setup sipdroid, trying only the gsm or speex codecs. Give speex a try first and see how well it works. The GSM codec is much less cpu intensive, but there's quality tradeoffs. Either codec is a lot less bandwidth intensive as g711 ulaw, which is what you'd have to use if connecting directly to google voice (ie with groove ip).
Sticking to Groove IP first, have you tried the settings to keep wifi power on high when the screen is off during a call, etc? I haven't used grooveip in a long time; it's never worked well for me. But it could be a wifi setting issue.
I'm not using the OV, but I am using the pbxes.com/sipdroid solution currently and am making hundreds of minutes of calls every month without much issue.
Actually, if you wanted a simpler solution, download talkatone from the market. I'm not sure what codec that uses, but I've had pretty decent results with them.
Ziddey if giving you great advice. He assisted me with the same issue. I tried every thing to get decent call quality with GrooveIP and Gvoice using fast wifi but it was always poor. Talkatone works very well. Bobsled and Vonage mobile work well for outgoing calls but not incoming calls.