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Topic # 6907 3-Mar-2006 14:58
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Can anyone tell if if you can use a bluetooth headset on the Apache for Media Player? I can get it to work for phone calls so far but cannot find a setting to use it for Media player.

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  Reply # 29764 3-Mar-2006 15:22
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I have seen talk about this before, and it looks like its not possible. Im sure Mauricio knows the wherefores and whynots of it...

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  Reply # 29766 3-Mar-2006 15:41
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I think it was to do with the type of bluthooth - will work with mono headsets but not multi media or stereo

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  Reply # 30072 7-Mar-2006 13:27
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I maanged to get the BT to work with media player. I pair the BT and the Apache. Select a mp3 file to play. Once the file starts playing press your BT main button and the sound is than transferred to the BT device. To get the sound to play through the phone again all you do is press the BT main button once.

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