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Topic # 6905 3-Mar-2006 13:24
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Hi, this is my first post. I did see some old articles on this. Just wondered if anyone has been successful with getting the above to work. Both PC and Mobile function well using all the other Bluetooth Services but have not been able to get this to work. I have switched the properties in the PC 'sound and audio devices' applet between sound card and Bluetooth Audio but have had no luck. I have a Samsung D500 and can see it as a live headset service on the PC.

Interested in anyone else's experiences.
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Reply # 29757 3-Mar-2006 13:44
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No luck with normal phones, but I managed it easily (and actually by accident) with a Telecom NZ / HTC Apache, which was able to use my PC as a handsfree device (as if the PC was a bluetooth car kit).

Tested it several times after i discovered the capability and it worked flawlessly with my generic CSR dongle.




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  Reply # 29759 3-Mar-2006 13:54
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Thanks Tony. Hopefully they will get this profile to work on generic mobiles one day. The developments in using a mobile as cordless is also very interesting.
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  Reply # 29760 3-Mar-2006 14:03
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Yes, I would be a happy man to have one device be my home, mobile & voip phone.




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