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Intent intent = new Intent(); intent.SetAction("android.SipDemo.INCOMING_CALL"); 
PendingIntent pendingIntent = PendingIntent.GetBroadcast(this, 0, intent, Intent.FILL_IN_DATA); 
mSipManager.Open(mSipProfile, pendingIntent, null);

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On the 3rd line, I get a syntax error of:

Android.Content.Intent does not contain a definition for FILL_IN_DATA accepting a first argument of type Android.Content.Intent could be found (Are you missing a using directive or assembly reference?)

I am not using a "Using" directive. I could be missing a assembly reference. Although I'm not sure which one. I am using all the ones provided in the guide -> http://docs.mono-android.net/index.aspx?link=M%3AAndroid.Net.Sip.SipManager.Open%28Android.Net.Sip.SipProfile%29

If anyone could give me a pointer or nudge in the right direction, it would be extremely helpful.
public static PendingIntent GetBroadcast (Android.Content.Context context, int requestCode, Android.Content.Intent intent, [Android.Runtime.GeneratedEnum] PendingIntentFlags flags)

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Am I suppose to do something with Android.Runtime.GeneratedEnum?

Thanks in advance.
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by:käµfm³d 👽
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Did you try the suggestion you received on the official Xamarin forum?

http://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/779/fill_in_data
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by:käµfm³d 👽
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Also, if you can't get it worked out (sorry, I don't have Xamarin to play with), the value seems to be a constant of 2, so might hard-code it (yikes!) or create your own constant somewhere.

http://developer.android.com/reference/android/content/Intent.html#FILL_IN_DATA
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I tried hard coding the value of 2, but it doesn't like it.  It will however let me put in 0.  

But turns out that it was because I was using a AVD.  After plugging in my phone the code worked.  Thanks.
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Figured it out.
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