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If you accidentially disallowed Skype app accessing your microphone on iOS7 you can change the setting via: Settings -> Privacy -> Microphone -> Skype


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Ensure Settings > Privacy > Microphone > Skype is turned on.


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Video processing is a CPU intensive task. 18% for 30 minutes is within normal operating times, as far as I can tell. To save battery, consider lowering the brightness of your screen during a video call.


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Skype doesn't come in Hungarian (see the info published on the app store page for it). So it probably takes the next priority on your OS. Is Chinese second on your Language list? If so, move English to the top temporarily so that it becomes the default after Hungarian.


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This is a solution involving exclusively free applications that I found in a great answer here. It involves Soundflower and Audacity. A great video on how - here. It seems that it's superior to the payed solutions, which I found discussed on the net, but which do not provide the same level of customization and complexity (especially, separate tracks and ...


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Applications store their data in any or all of the following locations: ~/<individual application folders> ~/Documents/<individual application folders> ~/Library/<individual application folders> ~/Library/Caches/*/<individual application folders> ~/Library/Preferences/*/<individual application folders> ...


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This command from shell: sudo killall VDCAssistant restores the camera for me every time.


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If you only want to run a second instance of Skype, you can do this on the same OS X account with a little bash script: #!/bin/bash rm ~/Library/Application\ Support/Skype/Skype.pid sleep 1 open -n "/Applications/Skype.app" https://gist.github.com/Strayer/4dd565cc4b5db72b9363


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Well, there are a lots of SIP based softphones (Vonage seams to use the SIP protocol) like telephone iSoftphone And you have to setup your software to connect to Vonage - maybe the following link could help you.


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Go to Settings > Notifications. Scroll down until you find Skype and tap on it. Then you'll be able to set the notification settings for that app without turning notifications off entirely.


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It appears that it is currently not possible to edit contacts in Skype for iPad. This Skype KB article mentions viewing and deleting contacts, but makes no mention of editing contacts. This is in contrast to the related articles for other systems such as Windows/Mac that does mention editing contacts. How do I manage my contacts in Skype for iPad? In ...


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Skype contacts can be add and removed in the Skype iPad application. You can add a contact by adding them in a menu, removing a contact can be done on the same way to remove an application (Keep your finger on a contact in your home Skype screen for several seconds, then use the cross on the right top of the contact).


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You can buy yourself a copy of Bria for the Iphone. I use it and prefer it over other earlier voip applications. It works well. Now sign up for a voip.ms account and set up a voip service to use. Wala. Dirt cheap calling via the iphone. You will of course need to be in a wifi area, or have data enabled on your phone. Full integration with native contacts, ...


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Turns out I had some strange Core Audio driver issue. Every time Skype was running, process "coreaudiod" would fire up and begin to hog CPU like crazy. I fixed permissions on my boot volume and it fixed a bunch of stuff related to iTunes, which apparently also fixed whatever was going on. Once the coreaudiod issue was resolved, here's the setup that is ...



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