Use my GSM from my laptop via USB (or BT, wifi) ?
kimaidou at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 14:20:14 CEST 2009
Ok, so after some more googling, I found these interesting pages to
transform my linux station into a bluetooth headset.
I have not taken time to test them yet.
Does anyone know any of them ?
If one of them does work, I will then need an app running on the moko to use
this "bt headset" during calls
2009/4/23 kimaidou <kimaidou at gmail.com>
> Ok ! I think too it would be easiest to use my laptop as a bt headset. But
> for me easiest is not easy :D
> Here are my questions :
> * I have not found any "user oriented" tuto to help me use a "normal"
> borrowed BT headset to make or receive calls. If someone can point me to
> such a document, or help me through all the steps, thanks :D
> * How can I configure my laptop to behave as a bt headset ? It sounds hard
> for me, e.G use the internal mic and speaker and "carry" them to the
> freerunner .. Or does it exist some easy software / scripts I can run on my
> ubuntu to do it ?
> Thanks !
> I think I will wrte a wiki page on this so that we gather all the idea /
> how to
> 2009/4/23 Vasco Névoa <vasco.nevoa at sapo.pt>
>> The simplest way is to use the laptop as a bluetooth headset, but you'd
>> still need to control the calls from the Neo's GUI.
>> Citando kimaidou <kimaidou at gmail.com>:
>> Hi list
>> Many great applications allow us to use the freerunner as a device for the
>> laptop :
>> * simulate a bluetooth GPS receiver : BtGps
>> * use the freerunner as a GPRS modem : GprsModem :
>> * use the freerunner as a Wi-Fi Hotspot Access Controller : CoovaChili :
>> * use the fr as a remote control : ReMoKo :
>> * etc.
>> I would like people to tell me about the feasibility to use the GSM
>> chipset from my laptop. What I want to be able to do is to
>> * use one of the 3 connections : USB, Wifi or bluetooth between my laptop
>> and my freerunner
>> * start or answer a regular GSM call (not sip)
>> * use my laptop speakers (or headset pluged in the out pin of my laptop)
>> and the laptop microphone instead of those of the freerunner
>> This way
>> * we would be able to call "hands free" while working or surfing
>> * there would be no buzz for the remote person talking to you
>> * we could have a full answering machine software
>> * etc.
>> So my question are :
>> * Is it feasible ?
>> * Has someone the skills, time and will to develop some scripts or full
>> software to do it ?
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