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    Widcomm drivers 5.1.1200 are released

    and available on usual sites. I am not going to post any links but if you Google chances are the first result of your search will be hit right between the eyes.

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    have you tried them yet? any improvements/bug fixes?
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    they have been out for a while now. Couldnt say I have seen any improvement or problems. Main addition is a high quality audio gateway if you have anything that can use it.

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    Here's a question for you guys: I got my phone (SE s710a) to go through the speakers, but the sound was very distorted and clippy. Anyone know why?

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    i did the widcomm hack a while ago. the first time it worked wonderfully, but i can't sync my phone anymore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Here's a question for you guys: I got my phone (SE s710a) to go through the speakers, but the sound was very distorted and clippy. Anyone know why?
    Because the widcomm drivers suck! Its not a matter of reception or interference. You can have your phone sitting ON ur dongle it makes no difference. They havent found a way to have CLEAN CLEAR audio from bluetooth on the pc.

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    Isnt this the same as has been out for like 3-4months?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonicxtacy02
    Because the widcomm drivers suck! Its not a matter of reception or interference. You can have your phone sitting ON ur dongle it makes no difference. They havent found a way to have CLEAN CLEAR audio from bluetooth on the pc.
    No. I had it be clear once. But when I had it connected through serial too, the audio suxed

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    In my experience it varies from connaction to connection.... one time it is crystal clear, another it is echoed, another it is just garbled noise.... weird
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    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaICE View Post
    and available on usual sites. I am not going to post any links but if you Google chances are the first result of your search will be hit right between the eyes.
    this is the first result: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/arch...p/t-68732.html

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