Loudtalks Lite 0.9.0.63

By Alexey Gavrilov on November 23, 2009

Loudtalks Lite 0.9.0.63 is here. Most of the changes are around mobile version again.

Release notes:

Windows

– Added connection quality indicator rating your current connectivity in 1..5 bars scale. If you have 5 bars, your connection is excellent and you will enjoy the best Loudtalks experience. 1 or 2 bars means you have some serious connectivity trouble and may experience dropped voice or longer than 1 sec delay. It might be your ISP, our server or your BitTorrent client working to its limits. Finally if Loudtalks client is currently re-connecting an alert icon is shown instead of the indicator there.

– When you submit a report about the problem a copy of it is saved to ‘My Documents’ folder

Windows Mobile

– Fixed sound capture on some HTC-made devices (particularly Hermes)

– Added connection quality indicator

– When you submit a report about the problem a copy of it is saved to ‘My Documents’ folder

– Added option to bring the app to the foreground, when transmitting a message (useful when using a global hotkey)

– Added option to bring the app to the foreground, when receiving a message

– Added more audio-related information to diagnostic log

The update will be delivered through automatic updates today or you can download it manually now:

Download Loudtalks Lite for Windows

Download Loudtalks Lite for Windows Mobile

This update includes some serious changes to the sound capture code so if it stopped working on your device, please let us know!

Comments (2)

  1. Looks like this is the first version where CD and Ring can be used for COR input in the Gateway mode. Thanks a lot for this feature, it finally allows us to ditch VOX without having to modify the iLink Interface Board which uses CD as the COR signal.

    That iLink Board also supports sending ASCII text over the RS-232 port. “T” to key the radio, “R” to dekey it. Sending “C” every 20ms or so keeps the board alive — if too much time passes the board will think the computer locked up and will force the radio to dekey. The interface also responds to each “C” command with a blank space, unless it decodes a DTMF digit off the radio, in which case it’ll respond with the corresponding digit. In other words, “C” polls the board for a DTMF digit, if available, and prevents it from going into timeout mode — a great feature for true RF gateways like repeaters.

    Keep up the great work!

    Comment by Rich Dunajewski — November 26, 2009 @ 7:40 pm

  2. Just intalled on mi hd2 wmb 6.5, first time ever my phone frozze. Worked for a bit of time. Two times froze.

    Comment by Pablo Rivera — January 31, 2011 @ 7:33 pm

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