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Topic # 7980 26-May-2006 05:31
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Hi,
I want to use my nokia 7610 mobile phone as a headset with my bluetooth enabled computer.

I was wondering how to do that. Please advice your thoughts on that.


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Reply # 36653 26-May-2006 08:11
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I dont think the phone can act as a headset in this situation. I have had success with Windows Mobile PDAs doing this though.




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Reply # 36694 26-May-2006 11:57
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Hi,

1) Well how would one implement this on windows mobile pda ?

2) Also my phone is now using symbian series 6 is there a way to change the os to windows mobile?

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Reply # 36700 26-May-2006 12:36
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No, cannot change to windows mobile.

Actually I did it the other way around, using th PC as a 'headset' for the phone... just by searching for available devices, it found my PC, and called it an audio gateway or something...




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Reply # 36726 26-May-2006 14:50
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tonyhughes: No, cannot change to windows mobile.

Actually I did it the other way around, using th PC as a 'headset' for the phone... just by searching for available devices, it found my PC, and called it an audio gateway or something...


I've tried both with my Nokia 6230, Audio Gateway works (PC speakers and mic) but it does not work the other way around as most phones lack the proper bluetooth profiles.



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Reply # 36766 26-May-2006 21:48
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hmm... how abt developing a software which will allow a mobile phone do act as a headset.
I know skype is having a pocket pc edition which is basically the same thing.



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Reply # 36779 27-May-2006 00:52
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vishalkhialani: hmm... how abt developing a software which will allow a mobile phone do act as a headset.
I know skype is having a pocket pc edition which is basically the same thing.

No its completely different. Skype is an app that communicates with a server or other Skype Client, using the pocket pcs network connection and audio functions. It doesnt interact with the PC at all...




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Reply # 36780 27-May-2006 01:31
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*off topic*

Talking about skype (probably doesn't apply to this handset)...
I guess one can put a skype call to the desktop, but I think thats as far as you'll get.




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