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  1. #1
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    Other Os than Windows (For PC), Linux, OSX, Android & iOS

    This is the current statement.

    We support Android ( 4.2 or newer) and iOS devices (6.1 or newer).
    Your Android device must own Google's store to get the app. There is no other option to get the app.

    There are currently no planes for the client to support any other Operation System or Store.
    Last edited by dante696; October 31st, 2016 at 01:05 PM. Reason: updated android os, thread was overtaken

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    Disclaimer first: I know very little about WP7 architecture. So anything below may be corrected.

    As far as I understand it, WP7 is completely based on .Net and has no support for native C/C++ code. I mean real native here, not just managed C++ code.
    Both the iOS and Android version make use of the existing native TeamSpeak C/C++ clientlib, so there is a lot of common code base for all platforms (including desktop). A complete rewrite of the TeamSpeak code only for one platform is absolutely no option.

    WP7 is still a quite young architecture. We currently have no specific plans for WP7, but are keeping an eye on how it will develop in the future, both technical and popularity wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterS View Post
    Disclaimer first: I know very little about WP7 architecture. So anything below may be corrected.

    As far as I understand it, WP7 is completely based on .Net and has no support for native C/C++ code. I mean real native here, not just managed C++ code.
    Both the iOS and Android version make use of the existing native TeamSpeak C/C++ clientlib, so there is a lot of common code base for all platforms (including desktop). A complete rewrite of the TeamSpeak code only for one platform is absolutely no option.

    WP7 is still a quite young architecture. We currently have no specific plans for WP7, but are keeping an eye on how it will develop in the future, both technical and popularity wise.
    I just registered to answer for this.
    You don't have to rewrite the whole TeamSpeak library. You can import unmanaged dlls into a .net app.
    It's described here: Using Unmanaged C Libraries DLLs in .NET Applicatiom
    You just have to write the managed C++ or C# code what uses it. That's all.
    I didn't develop any app for wp7 yet but I'm developing .net applications in C#.
    If you learn the .net you will know the wp7 architecture. Developing an app for wp7 is almost the same as developing a .net console application with some differences.

    Out.

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    I would also like the portability of the TS3 Phone for Windows 7.5

    The system is still in the minority market, but will soon have a good portfolio of users, and would greatly help!

    Sorry by my bad english. :P

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    Windows Phone 8 will have support for native apps (C/C++), so please make a version when it gets released.

    Also would it be possible to release a pkgsrc version of the server for SmartOS (Illumos/Solaris)/NetBSD?

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    Well now they have native C++ in WP 8.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...v=vs.105).aspx

    So, could you guys please do it?

    Thanks

    If you guys don't want to do it, then please, i ask the community to do it :\
    Last edited by Chris; April 30th, 2014 at 03:09 PM.

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    Windows Phone 7 Client not on the Roadmap?

    Why is no WP7 client developed, we are still waiting.
    i hope we get a huge impact here...

    cheers, hitthejerk

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    congratulation

    hi dev team, and about a windows mobile version?

    a basic version :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Facha View Post
    hi dev team, and about a windows mobile version?

    a basic version :P
    dev team? somebody?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Facha View Post
    hi dev team, and about a windows mobile version?
    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...indows-Phone-7

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    hello,

    a few days ago i found a tread about a guy who asked for a wp7 teamspeak app does someone know the link :-/ ?

    not
    :-p
    Last edited by florian_fr40; September 9th, 2011 at 09:54 AM.

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    Question Other mobile Os ?

    i search all the forum and didnt found the answer. Have any version of TeamSpeak 3, Official or unofficial for symbian? I saw versions for android and iphone but no one for symbian, have one or are on the plans do one? Thanks

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    There no planes yet, to devlop clients for Symbian; Windows Mobile; Black Berry and WebOS
    I'm sorry to inform you about that.
    Last edited by dante696; November 21st, 2011 at 07:19 AM.
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    How about Bada? The new Bada 2.0 SDK was released some weeks ago, afaik it's based on C++ so it should'nt be a big thing to adapt it.
    Would be realy awesome and Teamspeak would be the first VoIP-App for Bada, I'm pretty sure many people would buy it even when they normaly don't use Teamspeak.
    I would pay everything up to 10€ for a nativ Teamspeak-App.

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