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#20516 28-Mar-2008 22:04
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Hi all,

In my company, we are using a softphone (based on SIP), I have found a way to receive the voice on my bluetooth headset, but I cannot find any way to use the button on my headset (I mean  to take the call on the device / to hang up / to increase / decrease the volume ...)

I know there is a AVRCP protocol or something like that, but maybe there is a way to do that ?

If any of you has an idea, it would help me a lot :)

Thanks in advance,


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#119450 28-Mar-2008 22:29
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The AVRCP controls are only for multimedia, not for voice like this. You probably want the Headset profile to work, but with Bluetooth on most PCs you should first connect the headset then use it for communications - which means permanently connected and using battery...

It won't work like on cellphones, where an incoming call is "announced" to the headset through beeps and you press the button to answer.

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