PiTalk accepts every 3G/4G enabled standard size SIM card of your choice.
No, Pitalk can be used with any Linux environment. You can use it on the Raspberry Pi as a shield or use our software on your Linux powered laptop.
Yes, the software for the PiTalk is fully developed, it is open-ended in the sense that the community can easily modify or add their own features in addition to the ones we're providing
Not at all, the Pitalk comes with a standalone library built on python that you can use to perform various tasks(call/sms etc.) in the form of a script.
Yes ! Think of the PiTalk as a smartphone which can be customized endlessly according to the needs or the demands of the user. Plug in your own camera and audio in the designated slot and you're good to go.
The GUI is fully customizable. You can access the settings in the settings tab or use our user friendly and labeled source code provided in Github to change whichever feature you please.
Press and hold the power button on the bottom left for 1 second. The red LED will blink then stop blinking indicating network registered.
Press and hold the power button for 1 second.
It's in the pipeline, we are designing cases for both 3.2" and 4" screen. It may come out as a stretch goal in the future.
Pitalk is powered by Python 3.4, coupled with our detailed source code makes it easier for the user to customize everything to their needs.
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