I'm having problems with this. My phone (motorola e815) hooks up and downloads the phone books and all that (I am using the motorola.ini file). The problem is that it does not use the computer speakers as the gateway and when I call someone, since I am using the com port that the DUN uses, it is trying to connect to their phone as a modem and my phone shows 14.4k on the screen and I cant hear or talk to anyone. If the person calls me, I can pick up using rrmobile, but then I have to talk and hear with the phone (i can't use the mic or speakers of the comp). Can anyone please help? I am using a cheap zonet bluetooth dongle and the widdcom drivers.
If you need any files or anything please let me know.
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i don't know how the bluetooth audio gateway modus in rrmobile works. Can you tell me what have to do, that the gateway automatically connects to the handy, when i make a call via rrmobile? Have i make an ini entry?
read the readme files for rrmobile. You must ahve a bluetooth hub and figure out which com port the hub is using along with which com port your phone is using to connect. Once you know what port it is (rrmobile gives you step by step to figure this out) put it in the proper spot in the either standard.ini or motorola.ini
hope that helps at all, as I am not 100% sure what you are asking.
I wanted to ask if there is any FAQ or even posted instructions on how to integrate with RR? For instance, phoco is started from RR, so it gets the Ring events from there... How is RRMob started from RR so as to get these events?
I just come back from a vacation week.
Tomorrow I will start to read pages 35 and 36 of the thread and maybe post a few fix (mainly for CRdrskull)
Regarding the 1° problem you have to check the correct Dial command your phone support. Usually is ATDT<num>; (where <num> is the number to call).
other commands are ATD<num>;
Pay attention to the ";" at the end becouse this specify that is a VOICE call maybe your phone does not support it.
If you want to make experiments use HyperTerminal plus a few docs you can find in the documentation directory.
For the 2° problem actually I don't manage at all the voice. If the BT dongle is "smart" and the phone support 2 concurrent BT ports you can have the voice tru PC and data tru SPP/DUN. Someone say that Motorola manage only one BT connection at the time!