Jitsi for Android is an Android port of the Jitsi project: The most feature-rich communicator with support for encrypted audio/video, chat and presence over SIP and XMPP
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Unmaintained!

The development of Jitsi for Android has been stopped in early 2015. Issues and Pull Requests will not be addressed.


Jitsi for Android

Jitsi for Android is an Android port of the Jitsi project: The most feature-rich communicator with support for encrypted audio/video, chat and presence over SIP and XMPP.

Usage with IntelliJ

  1. Make sure that you have Java and Android SDK installed on your system and IntelliJ version is up to date(13.0.2).
  2. (Optional) Assuming that Jitsi for desktop project is in the same parent directory you can call "copy-jitsi-bundles" ant target. This will sync Jitsi bundles. Ant targets can be found in "Ant Build" tools window(View->Tool Windows->Ant Build).
  3. Before building for the first time call "setup-libs" ant target. This will process jitsi bundles and place all required libraries in /libs folder.
  4. Now you can use IntelliJ IDE to run/debug/test Jitsi for Android like any other application.

Usage with ANT

After updating library bundles, when building for the first time or after clean:

ant setup-libs

To make the project:

ant make

To rebuild (clean and make):

ant rebuild

To run the project (will install the apk and will run it on default test device):

ant run

To make and run the project after modification:

ant make run

Sources

To obtain sources for .jar files located in lib folder checkout jitsi_android branch of jitsi and libjitsi projects.

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi/tree/jitsi_android

https://github.com/jitsi/libjitsi/tree/jitsi_android

Contribution

Before making any pull requests please see: https://jitsi.org/Documentation/FAQ#patch