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XMPP in Anrdoid?

 
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Any ideas on using XMPP or P2P communication in Android? When Google replaces the native XMPP support with GTalk, it threw a lot of us developers for a loop. There are a lot of advantages to supplying a P2P network on Android, and it would be nice if there was a way to do it without jumping through a lot of hoops.
 
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*shrug*

Have you tried an existing XMPP JAR, like Smack?

 
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Mark L. Murphy wrote:*shrug*

Have you tried an existing XMPP JAR, like Smack?



Yup. In fact that is the solution I had to fall back on. There are some issues with it, but it works for the most part. I was just wondering if you knew of a better way, or if there was some native XMPP support that managed to survive the purge when they updated the sdk.

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Ah. No, I do not believe there is a hidden XMPP library in the SDK. Sorry!
 
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