Cisco Jabber

Cisco Jabber


Cisco Jabber™ for Android is a collaboration application that provides presence, instant messaging (IM), voice, voice messaging, and video calling capabilities on Android phone devices. Escalate your Jabber calls into multi-party conferencing with Cisco WebEx® Meetings. This integrated collaboration experience works with both on premise and cloud-based collaboration architectures.

This application supports the following capabilities:

• Integrated voice
• High-quality video with interoperability to Cisco TelePresence and other video endpoints
• IM, presence
• Visual voicemail
• One-tap escalation to WebEx meetings (cross-launches the Cisco WebEx® Meetings application)

Device and Operating System Requirements:
Cisco Jabber for Android Release 10.5 is supported on the following smartphones and tablets with Android OS combinations officially. (Refer to Release notes for more details and any potential updates):
• Samsung Galaxy SII (Android OS 4.1.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy SIII (Android OS 4.1.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy S4 (Android OS 4.2.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy S4 mini (Android OS 4.2.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy S5 (Android OS 4.4.x)
• Samsung Galaxy Note II (Android OS 4.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy Note III (Android OS 4.3 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro (Android OS 4.2.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (Android OS 4.4.x)
• Google Nexus 5 (Android OS 4.4.x and 5.0)
• Google Nexus 10 (Android OS 4.4.x and 5.0)
• Sony Xperia Z1 (Android OS 4.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Sony Xperia ZR/A (Android OS 4.1.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Sony Xperia Z2 (Android OS 4.4.x)
• Sony Xperia M2 (Android OS 4.3)
• LG G2 (Android OS 4.2.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Motorola Moto G (Android OS 4.4.x)

For more information about Cisco Jabber, visit: http://www.cisco.com/go/jabber

IMPORTANT: Customers taking advantage of the Single Sign On (SSO) functionality on WebEx Messenger and deploying Client Certificate-based Authentication to Android devices through a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution may need to deploy / upgrade to the Jabber for Android 10.5 release utilizing the URL configuration option. Please refer to the Jabber for Android release notes for more information.

IMPORTANT: Cisco Jabber IM for Android has been rebranded to Cisco Jabber for Android. Cisco Jabber IM for Android users can use this latest version for their chat needs. NOTE: Prior to migrating from Jabber Voice for Android, check with your administrator to ensure that your infrastructure configuration is supported by the latest Jabber for Android release. Also, when migrating, make sure to REMOVE the Jabber Voice app to avoid conflicts with your Jabber accounts.

IMPORTANT: If connecting to Cisco Unified Communications Manager, administrators must enable the correct Cisco Jabber for Android configurations, or proper connectivity will not be established. For details, review the Cisco Jabber Installation and Configuration Guide.

IMPORTANT: Most of the features described above are specific to a particular system configuration. Please check with your IT administrator to determine the specific features that are available to you.

Portions of Cisco Jabber are licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), and are “Copyright © 1999 Erik Walthinsen [email protected]”. You may obtain a copy of the LGPL license at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-2.1.html.

Cisco, Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Jabber are trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. Copyright © 2013 - 2014 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Support URL
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/unified-communications/jabber-android/tsd-products-support-series-home.html

Consult the Cisco Support Forums at http://supportforums.cisco.com if you encounter issues with unsupported devices.

Marketing URL
http://www.cisco.com/go/jabber

Recent changes:
- Android 5.0 compatibility
- Allow multiple resource login when advanced encryption standard (AES) is enabled in the WebEx messenger deployment
- Add admin settings to control the notification when making a call via crossing launching Jabber from a third party application
- Add an option in settings to control whether to show the notification when phone service is disconnected
- Audio session enhancement
- Stability improvement
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About Cisco Jabber
Cisco Jabber™ for Android is a collaboration application that provides presence, instant messaging (IM), voice, voice messaging, and video calling capabilities on Android phone devices. Escalate your Jabber calls into multi-party conferencing with Cisco WebEx® Meetings. This integrated collaboration experience works with both on premise and cloud-based collaboration architectures.

This application supports the following capabilities:

• Integrated voice
• High-quality video with interoperability to Cisco TelePresence and other video endpoints
• IM, presence
• Visual voicemail
• One-tap escalation to WebEx meetings (cross-launches the Cisco WebEx® Meetings application)

Device and Operating System Requirements:
Cisco Jabber for Android Release 10.5 is supported on the following smartphones and tablets with Android OS combinations officially. (Refer to Release notes for more details and any potential updates):
• Samsung Galaxy SII (Android OS 4.1.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy SIII (Android OS 4.1.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy S4 (Android OS 4.2.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy S4 mini (Android OS 4.2.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy S5 (Android OS 4.4.x)
• Samsung Galaxy Note II (Android OS 4.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy Note III (Android OS 4.3 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro (Android OS 4.2.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (Android OS 4.4.x)
• Google Nexus 5 (Android OS 4.4.x and 5.0)
• Google Nexus 10 (Android OS 4.4.x and 5.0)
• Sony Xperia Z1 (Android OS 4.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Sony Xperia ZR/A (Android OS 4.1.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Sony Xperia Z2 (Android OS 4.4.x)
• Sony Xperia M2 (Android OS 4.3)
• LG G2 (Android OS 4.2.2 to Android OS 4.4 latest)
• Motorola Moto G (Android OS 4.4.x)

For more information about Cisco Jabber, visit: http://www.cisco.com/go/jabber

IMPORTANT: Customers taking advantage of the Single Sign On (SSO) functionality on WebEx Messenger and deploying Client Certificate-based Authentication to Android devices through a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution may need to deploy / upgrade to the Jabber for Android 10.5 release utilizing the URL configuration option. Please refer to the Jabber for Android release notes for more information.

IMPORTANT: Cisco Jabber IM for Android has been rebranded to Cisco Jabber for Android. Cisco Jabber IM for Android users can use this latest version for their chat needs. NOTE: Prior to migrating from Jabber Voice for Android, check with your administrator to ensure that your infrastructure configuration is supported by the latest Jabber for Android release. Also, when migrating, make sure to REMOVE the Jabber Voice app to avoid conflicts with your Jabber accounts.

IMPORTANT: If connecting to Cisco Unified Communications Manager, administrators must enable the correct Cisco Jabber for Android configurations, or proper connectivity will not be established. For details, review the Cisco Jabber Installation and Configuration Guide.

IMPORTANT: Most of the features described above are specific to a particular system configuration. Please check with your IT administrator to determine the specific features that are available to you.

Portions of Cisco Jabber are licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), and are “Copyright © 1999 Erik Walthinsen [email protected]”. You may obtain a copy of the LGPL license at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-2.1.html.

Cisco, Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Jabber are trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. Copyright © 2013 - 2014 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Support URL
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/unified-communications/jabber-android/tsd-products-support-series-home.html

Consult the Cisco Support Forums at http://supportforums.cisco.com if you encounter issues with unsupported devices.

Marketing URL
http://www.cisco.com/go/jabber

Recent changes:
- Android 5.0 compatibility
- Allow multiple resource login when advanced encryption standard (AES) is enabled in the WebEx messenger deployment
- Add admin settings to control the notification when making a call via crossing launching Jabber from a third party application
- Add an option in settings to control whether to show the notification when phone service is disconnected
- Audio session enhancement
- Stability improvement

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A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Disconnects and signs me out automatically
A Google User
Dec 12, 2014
Needs to sync with desktop Works fine but needs to sync with desktop to be really good. It's painful to have to look through phone and desktop to find where old chats are.
A Google User
Dec 9, 2014
Battery Hog Works great, but it's a battery Hog.
A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
Breaks my Bluetooth Headset I've tried installing this on my Moto X (2013) a couple of times now and after installing it both of my Bluetooth headsets stop working with Pandora and iHeart. If I uninstall this app, everything works fine.
A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
uninstalled, failing overnight, and not doing what it's designed to do MotoX (2013) running 4.4.4. App works OK. But it's hit or miss. Was really looking forward to finally seeing incoming phone numbers from my office number on my cell phone. But, this app's reliability issues generally degrade Android user experience (I don't like the Apple-esque phone UI, either). Shows calls as missed on cell, if I happen to answer them with desk phone. App doesn't stay running overnight, causing office calls to hit office voicemail or go unanswered. I had the app running on my phone yesterday, and it still did not forward calls from my business line to the app.