... basiert auf Conversations und ist ein Open Source XMPP/Jabber Messenger für Android https://codeberg.org/kriztan
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blabber.im

🇩🇪Deutsche Version der Readme hier verfügbar.

blabber.im is a fork of Conversations. The changes aim to improve usability and ease transition from pre-installed and other widespread messengers. Here are some screenshots:

(Images used were taken from http://freestockgallery.de)

Download

blabber.im is available for install in the F-Droid and Google-Play stores.

Alternatively release APKs are available via Codeberg: Releases

Get it on Google Play Get it on F-Droid

blabber.im beta

Google Play

Google-Users can join the Google-Play beta program: blabber.im beta

Alternatively beta-release APKs are available via Codeberg: Releases

Social Media

blabber.im on Mastodon (German)

There are also English and German speaking XMPP-MUCs focusing on support and development of the blabber.im.

If you are interested in the development of the messenger, here is a MUC for you (English and German speaking):

Development-Chat: development@room.pix-art.de
Users in muc

There also is an Support-MUC where you can ask questions and get help with issues you may encounter, see further below for details.

How can I support translations ?

Crowdin

Translation of in-app text is organised via crowdin.com. You can add new languages as locales and add and edit translations already existing.

Here is the project page on crowdin.com

Help! I've encountered issues!

The easiest way to get some help is to join our support-MUC (both English and German).

Support-Chat invite link: support@room.pix-art.de
Users in muc

If we can't fix your problem there, you can open an issue here, detailing your problem, how to reproduce it and provide logs. See instructions below on how to create log files.

How to create debug logs? (adb)

GNU/Linux, OSX and other Unix-like systems:

  1. First install The Android Debugging Bridge, if not already present.

    Debian and derivates like Ubuntu / Linux Mint
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get update adb
    # Debian Jessie or older:
    # sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb
    
    openSUSE 42.2 and 42.3
    sudo zypper ref
    sudo zypper install android-tools
    
    openSUSE Tumbleweed

    here you need to add the following repo (e.g. via Yast): http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/hardware/openSUSE_Tumbleweed/

    alternatively you have the option to use the 1 Click installer https://software.opensuse.org/package/android-tools

    other systems

    install adb using a method appropriate for your system

  2. Now open a terminal in a directory of you're choice, or navigate to the directory using cd.

  3. Follow steps [6] to [10] of the Windows instructions.

  4. Start outputting your log to a file on your computer. We will be using logcat.txt. Enter:

    $ adb -d logcat -v time | grep -i blabber.im > logcat.txt
    
  5. Follow the remaining steps [12] and [13] of the Windows instructions.

Windows:

  1. Download Google's SDK-platform tools for your operating system:

    https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools.html

  2. In case they were not included: You also need the ADB_drivers for your version of Microsoft Windows:

    https://developer.android.com/studio/run/win-usb.html

  3. Extract the zip-archive (e.g. to C:\ADB\)

  4. Open the command line (CMD) using the start menu: Start > Execute: cmd

  5. Navigate to the directory you extracted the zip to as following. We will be using C:\ADB\

    c:
    cd ADB
    
  6. On your smartphone open the settings and search for the item Developer Options. If this option is not already present on your phone you will need to unlock it beforehand. To do this navigate to Settings > About phone, there locate Build number (or similar) and tap it 7-times in succession. You should now see a notification, that you are now a developer. Congrats, Developer Options are now available in your settings menu.

  7. Inside Developer Options search activate the setting USB-Debugging (sometimes just called Android Debugging).

  8. Connect your phone to your computer via USB cable. The necessary drivers should now be downloaded and installed if not already present. On Windows all necessary drivers should be downloaded automatically if you followed step [2] beforehand. On most GNU/Linux systems no additional action is required.

  9. If everything worked out, you can now return to the command line and test if your device is being recognised. Enter adb devices -l; you should see output similar to:

    > adb devices -l
    List of devices attached
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *
    042111560169500303f4   unauthorized
    
  10. If your devices is labelled as unautorized, you must first accept a prompt on your phone asking if debugging over USB should be allowed. When rerunning adb devices you should now see:

    > adb devices
    List of devices attached 
    042111560169500303f4    device
    
  11. Start outputting your log to a file on your computer. We will be using logcat.txt in C:\ADB\. Just enter the following (without > into the command line):

    > adb -d logcat -v time | FINDSTR blabber.im > logcat.txt
    
  12. Now reproduce the issue encountered.

  13. Stop logging (Ctrl+C). Now take a close look at your log file and remove any personal and private information you may find before sending it together with a detailed description of your issue, instructions on how to reproduce to me. You can use Codebergs issue tracker: Issues