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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomader View Post
    i believe that audio has nothing to do with rrmobile, phoco or freefone... if one is usingthe correct drivers (widcomm) you can have the audio gateway passed through pc speakers and mic independantly
    tried widcomm drivers and they wouldnt work with my bluetooth
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    I used widcomm drivers and they worked but I had to use an old sony ericsson phone, get it working and then use Razr then it will work. The sony ericsson worked all the time but the Razr works sometimes only.

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    Nokia F-BUS protocol, open source

    http://www.gnokii.org/

    maybe this thing may be of use for implementation of RRMobile, to support all the rest of the features of Nokia phones

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    Nokia FBus Protocol open source

    http://www.gnokii.org/

    maybe this thing may be of use for implementation of RRMobile, to support all the rest of the features of Nokia phones

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by nemo1 View Post
    I used widcomm drivers and they worked but I had to use an old sony ericsson phone, get it working and then use Razr then it will work. The sony ericsson worked all the time but the Razr works sometimes only.
    well widcomm drivers are nice but very unstable.. if you have the correct bluetooth dongle you can use them..(they support nearly all of them) recent versions (after 5.1.0.1100) do not support csr bluetooth dongles only broadcom dongles, so if a recent version you find on the net does not work or give you "security...." errors.. then use 5.1.0.1100, it is the last known version to work with csr..(don't ask me what csr is!!!!!, i think it is the chip used).. if it works with your dongle there is probably nothing to keep it from working with your phone...

    your other option if you are not interested in the audio gateway...(listening to calls from pc speaker) then you can just use the windows XP sp2 bluetooth drivers (after sp2 there is support).. they are even better than widcomm as far as connection.

    you can read all about widcomm in
    http://www.gsmhosting.com/

    it is the best source.

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    A question, a bit more general though.
    Every time Windows starts, i have to right click on the mobile audio gateway and enable it in order to hear sound from the pc/car speakers.

    Is there a way to be automated?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zuratharamon View Post
    A question, a bit more general though.
    Every time Windows starts, i have to right click on the mobile audio gateway and enable it in order to hear sound from the pc/car speakers.

    Is there a way to be automated?
    Thanx
    Panos
    zuratharamon, I a am interested in finding a solution to this as well ..
    I am sure there is a way..

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    I got the same issue, also have to start "Audio Gateway" trough the bluetooth icon in taskbar, would be great if there's a way to automate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zuratharamon View Post
    A question, a bit more general though.
    Every time Windows starts, i have to right click on the mobile audio gateway and enable it in order to hear sound from the pc/car speakers.

    Is there a way to be automated?
    Thanx
    Panos
    Have a look at posts 801 + 806, there is a version that will auto connect headset via BT.

    I have tried it and it works on my W2K PC just fine. It did not work on my XP Pro PC, however I am using a version of XP called 2fast XP which has alot of services turned off, this may be the reason it will not work from my XP PC.

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