nospam <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> In article <email@example.com >, John
> Navas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> >What's better is the phone and player at interconnected. If I push
>> >the phone button on the Motorola S9HD bluetooth stereo headset, the
>> >music player stops as I talk to the phone to let it know who I want
>> >to call or what number if it's not in the list. Once the call ends,
>> >the music simply resumes from where it left off with no input from
>> >me, at all.
>> Likewise with my Android mobile (T-Mobile myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack, aka
>> HTC Magic), and likewise when streaming Pandora, Internet radio, or
>> Google Listen (podcasts), which I do at least as often as my recorded
> the iphone 3g, 3gs and next model will all do everything you
> described, using iphone os 4.0, expected in a few weeks.
>> >The 2GB SD cards, and I have several for different moods, hot swap
>> >in a heartbeat giving the little phone unlimited storage.
>> The 16GB microSDHC hard in my Android mobile is more than big enough
>> to hold music for all my moods, with room to spare for video
>> (including full length movies).
> and since iphones start at 16 gig (not counting last year's 3g that's
> still sold), you don't need an extra card at all.
>> >Nothing Apple makes
>> >can compare to this simple phone and great sounding BT headset. Try
>> >it sometimes, before drinking the reality distortion koolaid.
As usual from the Apple Reality Distortion Field, you miss the point
Iphone 3GSXPETUWKMCJUGHEIS superphone will not "do everything you
described" because it will not operate properly with the Motorola S9HD
or any common stereo bluetooth headset....
The following table details supported Bluetooth profiles by device when
using the latest version of the device software.
" 1. iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPad, and iPod touch (2nd generation)
support pause, play, and stop for AVRCP."
as per http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3647
They do NOT support changing songs from the headset AVRCP, They do not
support AVRCP's volume controls, either, from the Motorola S9HD. Just
another typical Apple half-assed profile all hobbled up.
Iphone also does not support pausing the player to answer the phone
call, THEN RESUMING THE PLAYER from where it left off, as do the most
elementary Motorola phone music players.
Of course, with no support for voice prompting from the bluetooth
headset, you cannot click the call button, the music player pauses, the
voice prompter comes on and asks for a command, then follows the command
to "Call Victor" dialing his phone all the while the music player waits
for him to hang up or me to push the button.
It didn't work a month ago when we paired it with a brand new 3GS a
friend wanted to test his iPhone's compatibility with my S9HD BT
headphones, unless something changed since then.
Careful......stay well back in the Field!
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