Anyone Use BluePhone Elite 2?

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by krazywulph, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. krazywulph

    krazywulph Guest

    I'm trying it out now, I'll share it if it's any good.
    Call and text message on your Bluetooth mobile phone... from your Mac.

    Dial and receive calls.
    Use your computer's microphone and speakers like a Bluetooth hands-free device!
    Phone to computer call-log synchronization
    Incoming call notification with caller ID and customizable alerts
    On-screen call controls and duration tracking
    Search and export call details with notes

    Manage text messages.
    Access messages when phone is not connected
    Message changes synchronize when phone connects
    Organize messages in local folders
    Incoming message notification
    Searchable database supports 100,000+ messages

    Integrate and customize.
    Extendable plug-in architecture
    Phone number lookup from most Bluetooth phones and Apple's Address Book application
    Integration with OS X features: AppleScript, Spotlight, Speech Synthesis and more...
    Integration with Apple apps: Address Book, iCal, iChat, iTunes and more...
    Status menu and programmable hot-keys provide fast access from any application


    Requirements:
    � Compatible Bluetooth cell phone
    � Apple's built-in Bluetooth or a Bluetooth USB adapter
     
  2. mad_vtak

    mad_vtak Active Member

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    link?

    will it work with the iPhone?
     
  3. krazywulph

    krazywulph Guest

    it should... was a little flaky wiht my 8830, but i think it's because i have it password protected.
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZVC6ZXXV
     
  4. IcyHot4Life

    IcyHot4Life Str8 Ballin'

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    doubt it. iPhone has no real bluetooth implementation other than for wireless calls. No object push support, serial ports, A2DP, tethering, nothing.

    In fact, you'll notice that all off the previous bluetooth functionality of the 10.4 address book has been stripped out of Leopard, seemingly for no reason other than that Apple's own flagship phone doesn't support it. :mad:
     

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