I'm trying to use the JAIN-SIP (J-SIP) library on Android 2.3.3. (http://jsip.java.net/)
Therefore I utilized a very basic SIP-example app that comes with the SIP-Stack.
This example runs perfectly on Android devices <= Android 2.2.
The problem ist, that Android 2.3.3 brings a SIP-Strack with it's system-libraries,
which is a slightly modified version of the JAIN-SIP stack.
So on Android 2.3.3 devices, the internal SIP-Stack is loaded (because of same package/library names) instead of the JAIN-SIP that comes with the APK and the application crashes with "function not found" exceptions (due to the fact that some functions don't exist in this internal Android 2.3.3 SIP-Stack).
What I wan't to know is, how I can "priorize" my JAIN-SIP stack that comes with the APK and ignore the Android system SIP-Stack.
One Solution is using the internal SIP-Stack directyl, which is strongly discouraged, because no one knows if it's not further modified with the next Android releases.
The other solution that came to my mind is changing the package names of "my" JAIN-SIP stack that it is not mixed up with the internal SIP-stack.
The uses-library declaration in the manifest.xml does not work, because it's only for internal SDK-libs / SDK-Addons.
Any more ideas?