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    Only just had a chance to test this! Apart from the obvious delay between answering and the phone automatically going through the options to transfer the sound it works great! Thanks zorro!

    One other thing though, I'm using Winamp but PhoCo isn't muting my music! I have <MediaPlayer>Winamp</MediaPlayer> in my config. I am using mediacar so winamp is more or less invisible. Are you using API to control it?
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    Yes. Mediacar usually starts Winamp with option taskbar=2 (local winamp.ini) which means Winamp is minimized into the System Tray. With this, Winamp don't own a valid window handle were one could send messages to.
    The solution to this is to set taskbar=1 (or better =0) so it can run in the background and is fully accessible.
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    Just saw this in the FAQ after I posted the question! I'll read next time

    Thanks for all the help, it's working just as I want it to now
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    Exclamation help to tranfer sound on my pc

    Quote Originally Posted by zorro
    For now, there is only one trick how you can achive this. Use the key commands instead of the AT attach command. That means: Replace <Accept>A</...
    with <Accept>+CKPD="s:Jvv:Jv:J"</...
    This is the equivalent to the keys you have to press for accepting the call, enter the transfer menu and select the device (assuming your PC is on top of the list).
    hello zorro excuse but is a po stupid
    Has the following problems:
    1) I do not succeed to understand where I must go to modify the command <Accept>A</... in the rows phonectl.config.xml does not exist no line that recalls
    2)when arrives or carries out one called with or without Little the mic do not work, in practical who calls does not feel my voice
    3) on mine t610 what I must shape in the section outgoing call:
    1) in handsfree
    2)in phone 3)always ask
    I have the driver of widcomm 3 and bt DBT120.
    Thanks
    In attached the configuration file of PoCo
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    This Config is messed up and incomplete.

    You have to put the <Accept>... into your <Communication id="SonyEricsson"> section.

    If you're not very comfortable in doing changes in XML files, please don't do it.
    This change is a complete workaround and only for "experienced" SonyEricsson users.
    At least please make a backup before you do anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manung
    hello zorro excuse but is a po stupid
    Has the following problems:
    1) I do not succeed to understand where I must go to modify the command <Accept>A</... in the rows phonectl.config.xml does not exist no line that recalls
    2)when arrives or carries out one called with or without Little the mic do not work, in practical who calls does not feel my voice
    3) on mine t610 what I must shape in the section outgoing call:
    1) in handsfree
    2)in phone 3)always ask
    I have the driver of widcomm 3 and bt DBT120.
    Thanks
    In attached the configuration file of PoCo
    Effectively they are not an expert in matter but it would appeal to to make to me to work Little. You can please send rows of correct configuration?
    You I would be a lot recognizing.
    In this way I would avoid to make demanded little interesting and above all I would avoid to make damages.
    Thanks still for the patience

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    I can't send you the correct configuration because it depends on how your phone is configured and what key you have to press on your phone to transfer the voice.

    If the string <Accept>+CKPD="s:Jvv:Jv:J"</Accept> is not working for you, I can't do anything for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorro
    I can't send you the correct configuration because it depends on how your phone is configured and what key you have to press on your phone to transfer the voice.

    If the string <Accept>+CKPD="s:Jvv:Jv:J"</Accept> is not working for you, I can't do anything for you.

    Ok Zorro,
    I have installed phoco and added it tightens it <Accept>+CKPD=":J:Jvvv:Jv:J"</Accept > hour works all.
    Last problem the mic does not seem to work well that is the person who calls to me feels my voice much lowland.
    Use a mic logithec this , I have tried also with mic a normal school but she has the same result.
    You have some council?
    Thanks of all yours sw e' large

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    If your mic is connected to the Mic input, you might try to pump up the volume from within the Audio Mixer.

    What sometimes happens (based on what Bluetooth dongle you use) is that the voice isn't transmitted from the mic on your PC but from the mic on your phone. You can prove that by detaching the mic from the PC next time you do a call.

    BTW: Next time you post, do it in Italian... the translator you use is terrible
    (No, I don't speak Italian yet... but I'll do my very best)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorro
    If your mic is connected to the Mic input, you might try to pump up the volume from within the Audio Mixer.

    What sometimes happens (based on what Bluetooth dongle you use) is that the voice isn't transmitted from the mic on your PC but from the mic on your phone. You can prove that by detaching the mic from the PC next time you do a call.

    BTW: Next time you post, do it in Italian... the translator you use is terrible
    (No, I don't speak Italian yet... but I'll do my very best)
    Ok allora scrivo in italiano forse é meglio.
    Il trucco di <Accept>+CKPD=":J:Jvvv:Jv:J"</Accept > funziona bene perņ ho notato che funziona solo se il telefono č in standby infatti se ricevo un sms il cellulare si trova in un altro menu che ovviamente non fa trasferire il suono al pc.
    Non e' possibile inserire un comando in modo che quando in phoco chiudo la finestra del sms ,declino anche la lettura del sms sul cellulare.In questo modo il cellulare dopo il messaggio si troverebbe nel menu iniziale (STANDBY) e se si riceve una chiamata allora ci troveremmo nella condizione di funzionamento.
    Scusa spero di essere stato chiaro.
    Approfitto per augurare un buon Natale a tutto il forum.

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