Alright, so this is kinda out of no where but i'm upset that programs like phone control have no support for my phone (vx9800) here is my idea although I need the help of someone who has a better understanding of the bluetooth protocols than my self. Ok so assuming you have the widcomm drivers and a detectable bluetooth phone you can establish a Audio Gateway to use the computer's microphone and speakers as a headset. Now in this there are other features: try calling your cell phone and you will be pleasantly supprised to see a notification bubble appear to tell you that you have an incoming call from xxx-xxx-xxxx. So obviously the phone is sending the computer information about the call. Now from here you can simply click that notification bubble and you will presented with the option to ignore or answer the call..... Brilliant!!! now we are talking back to the phone, possibly even sending it the send and end command. Now if we think about this its all fine and dandy because if you have ever used a standard bluetooth headset we can tell it to answer and hang up as well as increase and decrease the volume. So through the HSP protocol we have basic functionality of the phone... well we don't.... windows does..... anyways. I hope you can see the basics of my idea by now. Write a program that uses the ability of the HSP to control at least the basic functionalities of the phone. This includes dialing, I think that you can send it info on what number to dial because there are bluetooth headsets out there with number pads on them now (style-i or something like that). So long story short, couple this functionality with that of bitpim to retrieve the contacts, recent calls, and sms among other things and you have yourself a fully functional bluetooth integration system. perfect for something like road runner or anyother frontend. Now is there anyone out there with the bluetooth sdk or who knows the slightest about this to help. Let me know what you guys think.
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Big bluetooth idea for phone integration