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> Bluetooth Headphone On Sharp Rom?
post Nov 22 2006, 10:30 PM
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I have my bluetooth cf working and "sdptool browse" can find my IOGear bluetooth headphone. When I use
spdtool search -bdaddr 00:11....

It reported the headset information. However, my bluetooth headphone's led kept blinking which meant it was not connected.

I can't find anyone use headphone successfully on SL6000. But I'd like to ask to see if anyone got it work or I should give up for good.
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post Nov 23 2006, 06:52 AM
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I'm interested in this thread, because I'm wondering if any pair of BT headphones will work thith my C3100 and BT Symbol USB adapter through the host cable? Like I said, I'm new at this, it's just my work requires me to use a Z, so excuse me if I come across as a linux dummy, lol.
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post Nov 24 2006, 09:37 AM
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You will need a fast connection to the bluetooth chip (which can't be done on the 6000 slow uart sharp used) and some specific A2DP software.

I was working on this. I will try to check these issues again soon, but don't hold your breath.

For mono sound however, SCO works. Check on externe.net for a player and vocal synthesis software.

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