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Thread: Anyone using a Sony Ericsson W810i with Phoco in RR?

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    Anyone using a Sony Ericsson W810i with Phoco in RR?

    I'm looking to pick one of these up and I'm wondering how well does it work with phoco but specifically with RR?

    Are there any issues? Any RR specific issues?

    Does it truly support multiple connections as it claims? (since its BT 2.0.. ie: serial and audio profiles connected simultaneously.. I'm looking to use the serial profile to control it while using my ear piece...)...

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    I have one Pyros, however my biggest issue is the latest version of PhoCo standalone or the Centrafuse integrated one, will not install. Zorro suggests its the version of the BTStack (Widcomm) that i'm using, however I've had older versions of PhoCo installed, so your mileage may vary. I know that is not the exact response you were looking for, but it may be something for you to keep in mind; I'll say this, RRMobile's new plugin has NO problems communicating with the w810i.

    Good luck and let us know your results.

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    Thanks for the reply rep. I guess my next question then is how did it work with 1.6? I haven't tried installing 1.7 yet, but I'll give that a shot tonight.

    So given that the RRMobile plugin works fine with it, there is a solution regardless for it?

    Have you tried the multiple connections?

    EDIT: if not, could you try something for me please? Browse the phone's BT profiles in your BT neighbourhood... enable the serial port profile and once that is enabled, try to enable the audio gateway. If they both stay enabled, we're in business! If you could try this that would be awesome...

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    I have a w610i, which should be the same in terms of bluetooth function. It does support multiple connections, i.e. a com port and the audio gateway at the same time, but there is a catch. If a call is made or received through the com port, as it is through phoco, the phone does not automatically send the audio to the computer. You must edit phoco's xml files to send the key presses necessary to then transfer the audio to the computer, which can be done automatically, but you will a second or so of audio at the first of the call. It's not a big deal when answering call, as you can just pause before saying hello, but dialing calls isn't seamless.

    The only reason anyone can come up with for keeping the audio readily useable from the com port is for security reasons, to keep someone from remotely using your phone, but obviously there is the fairly easy work around for it.

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    Thanks for the reply donde. I believe it should be the same, but is the w610i bluetooth 2.0 compliant or 1.2?

    In regards to the delay, that won't be a problem for me. I don't want to use the computer for audio, rather I just want it for controlling the phone and I want to use my bluetooth earpiece for audio. So I guess if all goes well, it should do just that....


    If anyone has the w810 and could please confirm still.. that would be great...

    And donde, thanks!
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    I did a quick test with a W810i a few days ago and it worked flawless. Although I used the computer for headset function too. Browsing phonebook from rr works, but has issues with scandinavian characters. Dialing and answering ok. Sadly I didn't have time to test sms functionality.

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    I have a w810i and use phoco, works perfectly. I do use the previous version of phoco, did not install the lastest as it works so why mess it up.

    Used to have a SE T616, the audio was way to low when people spoke. With the W810i it is much louder, there there is no lag in the conversation.
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    zip, you using it with bt headset too?

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    Thanks for the replies...

    -zip-: I have the same question as replicant.....
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    Just an update... this works fine.

    I have my w810i connected to the carputer via bluetooth and simultaneously connected to my logitech bluetooth headset. When the phone rings, phoco shows the caller info and I can answer it with my headset.
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