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Topic # 7261 1-Apr-2006 14:26
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Hi chaps     Please advise if the apache can be downloaded
with a phone conversation feature ? nothing spooky its just that I get a lot of details in my phone calls If not what does
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Reply # 32343 5-Apr-2006 18:40
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I think you need to rephrase your question. What do you mean by a phone conversation feature?

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Reply # 32346 5-Apr-2006 18:56
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Its true that is what I want to do  Thanks

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Reply # 32349 5-Apr-2006 19:03
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Well... I didn't reply before, waiting for something else.

The answer is... No, sorry. There are a couple of titles that do it for Windows Mobile Smartphone, but only for some models. The system sound and the phone sound are apparently distinct and can't be record from a system application.





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Reply # 32354 5-Apr-2006 19:31
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You should be able to get a 2.5mm plug to go into the Apaches headphone socket, then plug the other end into the input on this item (or similar), with some playing around, you could probably get the unit to act as a handsfree...

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