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Mumble Tutorial - Connecting to the Server on Android

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Mumble Tutorials:

Connecting to the Server | Creating a Private Room | Sending Images

Using an Avatar and Overlay | Hide OS Information | Additional Audio Configuraiton

Mumble Tutorials (Mobile):

Connecting to the Server on Android | Connecting to the Server on iOS

1. Download and install the Mumble client from the: Google Play Store or F-Droid

2. Once installed, open it. You should be prompted to generate a user certificate.

3. After that you should click the three lines in the top left corner and select Public Servers.
You can then press the search icon in the top right corner.
You can then easily search for 'groovy' and find the GroovyExpress Mumble server:

Mumble Public Servers Search
Mumble Public Servers Search - GroovyExpress Result

However, there may be times when the public server list will not list GroovyExpress.
In this case you can press the three lines in the top left corner and press Favorites and then press the + symbol in the top right corner.
Once the add server window opens, enter as the server address and a username that is not already taken and registered.

Note: If you have registered before and have not exported or imported your certificate when switching devices you will not be able to use your registered name.
Hint: In Settings go into the Authentication section and use the Import certificate and Export certificate options.

Mumble Add Server

4. At this point you should be able to press either 'GroovyExpress Mumble Server' or '' to connect.
Once connected you should see the room list.

GroovyExpress Mumble Server Room List

If a room requires a password to join, click the three lines in the top left corner and then Access Tokens

Here you can enter the password and press the + to add the password.

Mumble Access Tokens