Sort of an update - Jabber for Android just doesn't work very well. It is a little bit embarassing having to explain this to my customers, but nobody at Cisco seems to be listening. It doesn't work on HTC-one for definite. There is a list of supported handsets on the Release Notes, but it is pretty poor. Most of the time "not supported" means it will probably work, but is not supported by Cisco. I can live with that. However with JFA, "not supported" means it doesn't actually work.
The solution is very simple.
1. Deinstall Jabber for Android.
2. Install CSIPSimple.
Works great. I went through a stage of testing new Jabber for Andoid releases to see if Cisco had fixed it, but have given up now. CSIPSimple does everything I need.
Table of Contents:
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