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I played with these items in order to reverse engineer the XMDirect protocol. Since that has already been done by several others, I don't need these anymore. It turns out that my Sony head unit...
For some people Hybrid Mikes solution is perfect. If you can live with it only working with his MMC software. For others who just want thier own inexpensive solution and are hobbyists at heart and...
The $109.00 USB Direct cable is not available yet. You can only get on the mail list at this time.
I have an XMPCR and an XMdirect neither the case nor the pc board in either unit has an FCC ID. Even though they are receivers they should need a part 15 certification or in the case of the PCR as a...
Someone should just buy one and then sniff the protocol so we can make our own cheaper!
I saw a picture of one somewhere with a molex type power connector. I wonder if that was a pre-production version.
How likely is it that he will release the protocol so we can do it ourselves?
Hers some pix 4 u.
Yes, it is an AVR Mega8 processor in the MLF package. The main problem right now is the Sony head unit I have was suppossed to be XMdirect compatible according to the list I had but I've since found...
I agree that your solution is more elegant and safer as far as legalities go. I hope you succeed.
Well I am going to do whatever it takes to get it to work. Since I already have a PCR I'm not in as much of a hurry. I was hoping the XMdirect would have been an easy solution. Have you seen this...
Here is what I see as the difficulty in using the XM direct to replace the XMPCR.
I got one over the weekend along with a smart adapter for Sony head units. I wanted to see if the...
Thanks Zorro, Its all working now. Phone book and Bluetooth. Bluetooth can be confusing to make sure all services are configured and connected. Seems more complicated than need be but thats not your...
Please send your logfile when you re-read the phonebook (key F5) then I can tell you more.
The Headset (not the Handsfree) profile has to be supported by both, your mobile and your BT driver...
I have a SE T616. PhoneControl communicates with it over Bluetooth because I can answer a call or manually dial one. But upon start-up, it does not read my phonebook and doesn't seem to...
I have other programs that use the mscomm32 OCX and they work fine.
I have installed every patch and service pack available.
I downloaded the program at home, installed the IRDA driver. I can talk to the phone with hyperterminal on cable or IR but when I try to run PhoneControl, I get the message...
Yes, if I install the program on my computer at home. I will try that!
Exactly the same settings. 9600,8,N,1 no flow control in both hyperterminal and phone control. I know it should'nt be this difficult.
Set <LogEnabled> to true in PhoneCtl.Config.xml ... use notepad.exe
After the time-out notification, the program shuts down. I can't get into it to enable logging
I can talk to it in Hyperterm no problem. But phone control says it has a serial port time out.
I have a Nokia 6200 with USB cable on com5. WinXP. The program says it can't find the comm port. I modified the config file to point to it. Are serial connections not supported at all?