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Topic # 5685 17-Nov-2005 17:57
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Equiptment I have:

Motorola V710 from Verizon Wireless (yes, they disabled a bunch of bluetooth items)
HP laptop with bluetooth and Windows XP

I like to leave my cell phone on the charger so when I go out, it's fully charged but I hate missing phone calls.

I can set up an audio gateway and recieve calls on my laptop, but I lose out on some great features, such as Caller ID and the chance to ignore a phone call.

The only option I have is to set my cell phone to handsfree and answer in 2 seconds.

Is there a program that will alert me who is calling and ask me if I want to answer the call?

And is there a way to record the phone call?

Thank you

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  Reply # 23458 17-Nov-2005 18:12
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Welcome to Geekzone. The only program I know of doing this kind of stuff is Float's Mobile Agent. But it works with Sony Ericsson models only...

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