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    Well if that is true, then it shouldnt be too hard to get a phoco thing going, and get your bluetooth support within a week.
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    Except for the fact that PhoCo sucks if you aren't using one of the very few phones it truly supports. There's a reason why its production has been completely shut down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nola111 View Post
    Except for the fact that PhoCo sucks if you aren't using one of the very few phones it truly supports. There's a reason why its production has been completely shut down.
    I thought Centrafuse uses phoco and liscenses it out? If so then shouldnt all these phones work: http://www.fluxmedia.net/compatiblephones.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    I thought Centrafuse uses phoco and liscenses it out? If so then shouldnt all these phones work: http://www.fluxmedia.net/compatiblephones.aspx
    I know, it's still relatively new news... see here:

    http://phoco.net/content.aspx?id=home

    And part of the reason development has ceased is because that list of compatible phones you linked to is bogus. He (the developer) did not test nor get testimonials from users on all those phones. He listed those based on the bluetooth stack that they contain, and that's it. Unfortunately, it came to light over the last couple years that Sony Ericsson phones were the only phone that truly worked exactly the way the PhoCo was advertised to work. I went through months of troubleshooting with the developer (he was very attentive and helpful) to try and get my phone to work, but no luck. We finally gave up. I hope that Centrafuse's forthcoming solution will be worthwhile!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nola111 View Post
    I know, it's still relatively new news... see here:

    http://phoco.net/content.aspx?id=home

    And part of the reason development has ceased is because that list of compatible phones you linked to is bogus. He (the developer) did not test nor get testimonials from users on all those phones. He listed those based on the bluetooth stack that they contain, and that's it. Unfortunately, it came to light over the last couple years that Sony Ericsson phones were the only phone that truly worked exactly the way the PhoCo was advertised to work. I went through months of troubleshooting with the developer (he was very attentive and helpful) to try and get my phone to work, but no luck. We finally gave up. I hope that Centrafuse's forthcoming solution will be worthwhile!
    Ah... Well that sucks.

    At least there is an option if you have a Sony Ericson phone though

    I guess you guys are back to having to wait for the SD team.... I think/hope they are getting close though for your guys' sake.
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