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  • Porting Telephone Audio to the Car

    So how has everyone been dealing with getting the telephone audio into the car stereo? I know some who are using an in dash receiver that has BT capability. Is there an answer for getting the audio when answering calls, etc., to the car via the apple audio cables?

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    I hate to resurrect an old post, but I'm trying to do this myself with a 2g I brought back to life.

    Has anyone heard of an app that that controls phone functions through a computer? I've seen rf modulating docks that can transmit audio to the car's fm stereo, and there's already bluetooth headsets that can answer/quickdial/voicedial/ect, but what about through a carputer via an ad-hoc/usb/bluetooth tethered connection?
    2003 Chevy S10
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    • #3
      Try this http://mirasoftware.com/BPE2/

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        2003 Chevy S10
        Truckputer Progress:
        Planning.......[----------X] 100%
        Parts...........[---------X-] 99%
        Fabrication...[---------X-] 99%
        Upgrades.....[X----------] 1%

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        • #5
          I wonder if they have software to allow this through the usb port? Maybe if you jailbreak the phone? Just a thought. I'm going to try and research this. I'd like to do it without the bluetooth through the usb port.
          Celeron 2.53 Ghz Processor
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          Mimo 7" USB Display
          XM Direct Tuner
          mp3car.com XM Direct USB interface box

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