Bluetooth Phone works
Bluetooth phone works for me. Nit sure how it is implemented. I suppose it is using the bluesoleil stack I'm using with for Centrafuse. Stack is vesion 6.4. Only issue is the music is not muted when phone rings.
Question: what if I use another stack provided the stack allows hands free profile?
You should be able to use a newer version of BS, I think most of my tests were done using BS 8. But Clockwork will know more. SNO
BlueSoleil is the required stack. It exposes the most functionality and is fairly easy to work with. From what I'm told, no other stack actually exposes Hands-Free profile (while some expose HeadSet Profile).
The music should automatically mute when an incoming call is detected. If it does not, then I need to fix something. Were you listening to media files, or one of the supported radio devices?
I was litening to a an mp3 file. sometimes it stops, sometimes not !
and I'm still using BS 6.4 because after so many trials it is the most stable version for centrafuse.
Thanks for the information. I will look into this.
moved to BS last version (BlueSoleil 8.0.395.0). centrafuse does not like it but I don't use centrafuse phone anymore.
Phone connects fine when chosen in the settings/bluetooth/device name
So issues are:
1. Audio is not muted when call comes in or call is going out.
2. Phone app doesn't come into focus when call comes in or call is going out.
This might be due to my fiddling with the phone settings in centrafuse so many times... I'm going to restore an old image of windows 7 only (no software or centrafuse or bluesoleil version) and test how DriveLine behaves.
one setting which might be interesting to look into is to switch to the the right microphone format (Windows 7) when the phone rings or when a call is going out.
It's in Microphone/Advanced.
I've had good results with the telephony format:
I think I found a bypass solution: remoting into the iphone and controlling the iphone from the CarPC. not sure I can route audio to the carpc but I will test andlet you know.
The app is called Veency