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    PC+headset>GSM

    Hi,
    is it possible to connect your phone with PC and bluetooth headset at the same time (so I could answer my call by pressing on touchscreen(phoco) and than talking over headrest and not PC speakers and mic)?

    If so with wich phones? Does this deppend on BT stick?

    Thanks,
    Bojan

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    Well, with my K750 I can make those 2 connections and actually use them at the same time, but I haven't managed to control the phone with phoco for 100%.

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    depends on the phone model. t610 works for example, motorolas general dont work, it is phone dependent
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    Any ideas for putting a PC in this? :)

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    What about Nokia (specialy 6230i and 6680)? Has anyone tried?

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    6230 didnt work for me... it apparently CAN hold 2 bt connections but would refuse to autoconnecdt the headset when a call came in, and would refuse to drop the headset connection and allow Phoco to connect to it when there was no voice call....I'm not sure if anyone got it 100%
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    Any ideas for putting a PC in this? :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyN
    depends on the phone model. t610 works for example, motorolas general dont work, it is phone dependent

    hate to raise the thread from the dead, but...

    how have you gotten the T610 to have 2 bluetooh connections at the same time? I have the same phone and have never been able to do that, it just says bluetooth is busy if i try to make a second connection.

    are you sure about this?

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    Hi there

    I can confirm that the T610 is able to use the audio-gateway and the com at the same time.
    Not sure if something like this is count as two connections, cause it is IMHO only one connection to my PC but using two protocols. (<- not sure if this is right)

    THX
    Chaos

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    i would count that as one connection using 2 protocols.

    2 connections would be connected to PC as com port and also connected to a bluetooth headset or some other device

    Bluetooth 2 is supposed to support multiple connections, im about to order another one for my laptop

    But has anyone seen ANY bluetooth 2.0 phones?

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    SE K750i supports BT 2.0

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    I have a K600i and is BT 2.0, and it supports one conection to the PC with Phoco and another one to the headset (Parrot).

    I read some users manuals and all the Sonyericsson phones that supports BT 2.0 say that support BT connection to multiple devices at the same time (W800, W900, Z520,...)

    regards

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