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    Phone Control Moderator zorro's Avatar
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    The problem with Windows for Smartphones (tm) is, they don't have that common AT-Command interface. The only approach to it is to write a special app which will run on the phone (aka. WinCE) and build a bridge to the (richer) build-in interface.
    Basically everthing that is supported has to be rewritten within this interface.

    I'm about to do it but I'll need a device for testing. Someone promised me to send me one, but it didn't arrive yet...
    So I guess, maybe at the end of this year I'll have something... but I won't promise.
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    I've put my smartphone (Motorola MPX 220) purchase on hold given the lack of voice dialing ability via a BT headset.
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    Seen as the windows smartphone sync's beautifully with MS Outlook, why not just pull the data, i.e phone books etc from Outlook !!!

    Not to sure how u would be able to make the call though... mmmm !!!



    I think u can get a emulator for MS windows smartphone that will run on your pc.

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    Outlook is implemented alread.

    No calls without spec. app.

    Emulator is part of the SDK but you can't make calls or do SMS (without spec. hardware)... and that's the interessting part
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    Cool, let me know when you get something up and running, I'll test it for you.

    Matt.

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    Can someone post the direct link for the .net software version needed for the phone control software. I've downloaded multiple versions of .net software but the phonecontrol software will not install because it dosn't see the correct .net software...please advise

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    Go to the Windows-Update and let it check you installation... that'll help
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorro
    Go to the Windows-Update and let it check you installation... that'll help
    I did and installed version 1.1 and 2.0 but the phonecontrol software still will not install

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    Please do the Windows-Update!
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    I just got a windows smartphone and found this: Smart Device Framework. You probably already know about it, but I wanted to make sure

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