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    Maybe a Solution?

    Hi, long time ago I saw someone that developed a Headset profile for WINDOWS CE... He has ALOT of knowledge about the BT and API.. Maybe if you can contact him and talk to him he will be able to give you the solution...

    http://www.angeltowns.com/town/bluetooth/

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    I don't have time to read through the entire thread, but i have done what you did with your PC and your phone via bluetooth. I did not use any 3rd party software though, just the bluetooth software and windows xp. When I get a phone call coming in, My computer pops up a dialogue box asking if I would like to accept or reject the incoming call. I just choose what I want to do. If it helps, below is the stuff i'm using:

    Motorola v710 Phone
    Orange Micro Blue2 USB Bluetooth Dongle
    Windows XP Pro w/SP2

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    Quote Originally Posted by AYahoo
    Hi, long time ago I saw someone that developed a Headset profile for WINDOWS CE... He has ALOT of knowledge about the BT and API.. Maybe if you can contact him and talk to him he will be able to give you the solution...

    http://www.angeltowns.com/town/bluetooth/
    I'm sorry to repeat myself ... but I make it short ... no 1500 bucks, no Widcomm library, means no way.
    Whatever has to be done, it needs the BTW lib to compile.

    So the best way is that one voidunknown and I described already.
    Skinning to go... VisualDesigner2!

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    BT-Headset Question

    Wondering if anyone has gotten their BT-Headset and Phone to work with the PC at the same time... I know, based on reading in the thread, that you can't pair the phone with the pc and your headset, but has anyone tried just pairing the headset as an audio device with windows therefore making it work like a regular mic so it would work with your paired phone?
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    Well... I went and got a bluetooth headset and played around. It doesn't appear this is possible... It really doesn't like having two audio gateways connected at once. You basically hear nothing... Also it screws up if the headset is connected to the pc and you try to connect to the bluetooth phone... I was able to have them both connected by connecting the phone, then the headset, but it didn't work right... I guess I am out of luck... My mic input on my MB is dead, I have no open usb ports, and bluetooth headsets can't be used...

    I guess you could hook up two bluetooth dongles... Pair one with your phone and the other with your headset... That is the only idea I have left, which isn't too feasible...
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    I think it is possible. I have a bluetooth headset that I am testing with audio gateway and I think with the right confiquration I can get it to work like that. I'm hoping to get a v600 this week. Then I will let you know if i do get it working at the same time.

    by the way..what phone are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by interestingnick
    also, which is the reason why i read this thread i think i can just use the headphone+mic jack on the phone to connect to the mike or line in on computer from there output to speakers.
    Then use the mike up in the visor or something.
    dialing happens through data caple
    phone thinks its outputing to headphones but is to soundcard
    mikerophone is as normal
    ill try it all and see
    thnx again
    Im not sure exactly how those headphone/mic combo pieces are built, but you would have to cut into the line and separate out the mic and headphone lines...I THINK, GUESSING, that for the headphone/mics that dont have a separate mic like 6 inches down the line from the earpiece (im sure you all have seen those), the earpiece speaker actually doubles as the mic...again guessing, IF that were the case, there would only be 2 leads going into the phone, which would make separating out the headphone and the mic to go to the carputer somewhat difficult...maybe someone else knows if this is true...

    if however this is a workable solution, then i LIKE it! great idea that solves this interminable problem weve been having with getting speakerphone and dialing capabilities (as well as the ability to answer a call or hang up) on the carputer...the only minor prob is that in order to answer an incoming call, you would have to push send on the phone (could be a problem for people that plan on keeping their (hopefully dedicated) phones in the trunk near their carputer)...

    also keep in mind, one would need TWO line outs on their carputer in order to do this...one to go back to the mic input on the phone, and one to go to the sound system in the car...i only have one, so i plan on buying a little splitter/Y...

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    Any one got a step by step manual forsetting this off with new Widi3 Drivers?

    Can it be set to handsfree automatically orwhat!??

    Nick

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    Sometimes static noise

    anyone have any idea what causes the static noise coming through the speakers? I tried it with a V600 and a Nokia 6260, both seem to transmit noise sometimes through the BT connection. I know it's not a problem with phone control because it does this without phonecontrol running. Usually, I just hang up, dial again and the noise goes away. The noise is there when the phone hasn't sent any BT data for a while. If the phone's been sitting idle for a few minutes and I push a key, each key press makes a noise. Is this an issue with the BT drivers?

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    Transferring mic/speaker sound to PC

    Oh how I hate being a noob... Sorry if the answer to this Q is buried somewhere in one of the other threads, but I have tried searching for it, and haven't found the answer... I've managed to install Phonecontrol, managed to get it to see/read the telephone, dial, and receive calls, but can I get the sound to come out of the computer speaker, or to get the software to use the mic on the computer, instead of the speaker/mic on the phone itself??? Can I hell!!! Please... can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong??? Many thanks.

    Panch.

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