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    Zorro,
    Would the same HT problems exist with the new bluetooth Motorola V710? It supports bluetooth headset mode but it is CDMA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddogg_777
    Zorro,
    Would the same HT problems exist with the new bluetooth Motorola V710? It supports bluetooth headset mode but it is CDMA.
    I can't tell... but I guess it would
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    Which phone should I get?

    Give me the top 3 phones of your choice that would work best with a carputer, and why?

    Sony Ericson T637
    Motorola V400
    Samsung P107
    Nokia 3100
    Nokia 3595
    Siemens S56
    LG C1300

    Btw, I have cingular.

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    I don't know much about the others but I've Sony Ericsson T610 and it rocks with my CarPc: it's supported by PhoneControl, it has bluetooth, it has IR, not much memory but this depends on the use (I don't care storing photos on it).
    The 63x is the improved version of the 61x series: it's faster, lighter, with better firmware and has a better display (T610 is not very readable in sunlight), it doesn't look good as the 610 but this is my opinion.
    The T637 will be my unique choice (I had older Nokias, but newer are loosing point quickly on my opinion).
    Cheers

    P.S. BT support in the SE phones is the best I've ever seen

    Installation: 90% complete - fiberglassing
    EPIA M10000 - 512Mb - 20GB
    Lilliput 7" TS - Opus 150W PCB - DLink USB Radio - slim CD-ROM - SoundBlaster MP3+ - not so crappy 40x4 Amp - BU303 GPS (waiting for) - BT support

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    P.S. BT support in the SE phones is the best I've ever seen
    Unless you happen to have an SE p800/p900. BT support in mine blows... it's gotten better with some firmware updates, but stilll not 100%
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    Numbers

    There are no numbers on the buttons in Phonecontrol. I have reinstalled a number of times, but am still having the same problem. Am I doing anything wrong?
    Regards
    Leigh

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    Quote Originally Posted by leigh_gti6
    There are no numbers on the buttons in Phonecontrol. I have reinstalled a number of times, but am still having the same problem. Am I doing anything wrong?
    Regards
    Leigh
    You... nothing... It's a matter of fact that we're all using different regional settings.
    Load the Design you use into the Designer, select all numbers from the dialpad (hold down Ctrl-Key while clicking) and set the font size to an integer value (no decimals), save the design and you'll be fine
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    What Do I Need ???

    Hey there....

    i have read and read in this forum about phonecontrol and canīt seem to find the answer anywere.... so therfore this thread

    What exactly do i need to makes this program work on my car pc ?

    I have an T610 phone, a USB BT donkle
    what else ????

    and do i need a headset for the phone or a microphone ???? i mean the sound, from the caller comes out through the speekers in the car, but what about when i speak ??? must i have a microphone ???

    if i use a microphone, i canīt plug it into the microphone jack, because there is the D-link radio plugged in ????? sow how do you make this work..... the reason for my D-link radio is plugged into "mic line in" ...is that it dosent work the right way otherwise...i.e. when i listen to radio, and it is connected to the "line in" jack, the radio dosenīt close when i leave the radio ??? it only works when i use it in the microphone jack.....

    Does this make any sence for you ???

    Hope you understand my question ?

    PLEASE HELP ANYONE.....

    Thanks..

    BR Kenneth

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    Don't worry. There are always USB microphones.

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    NOw i finally got it to work, but i dont think the sound is wery good, i guess its the microphone with is the problem... i can hear the caller okay, but with some noise, but they canīt really here me....





    Quote Originally Posted by Curiosity
    Don't worry. There are always USB microphones.

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