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# 928 18-Jan-2004 01:51
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Hello,

Before buying un new PPC, i would liked to know if the PPC
Windows 2003, work with the audio bluetooth device.

- With stereo bluetooth headset for listen music
- or with my HBH 65 for use with CF GSM/GPRS card.

I'll tryed to connect my HBH 65 with:

- HP2210 (drivers widcomm for ppc).. no recognized services.
- My casio E200F (last Socket BT drivers) .. audio recognized services, but no possibility to connet sound on HBH 65.

What's about with others BT PPC drivers ? like Toshiba E800

Thanks

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# 2826 18-Jan-2004 06:55
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The only Windows Mobile 2003 devices that currently support Bluetooth Audio are the i-mate or XDAII. There's a way to use this on iPAQs by changing a registry setting.

Also, there are no stereo Bluetooth headset in the market, yet.

Before someone says it... No, Openbrain is not available yet.




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# 7960 25-Aug-2004 20:57
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Headsets like HBH-35 will be supported with the next Bluetooth Stack for Toshiba PDAs like e800.
Release is september 2004. Just upgrade the BT-stack of our e800 if it is available. The download URL is:

Select the "download" section:
http://aps.toshiba-tro.de/bluetooth/

Or use the direct link:
http://aps.toshiba-tro.de/bluetooth/pages/download.php

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