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Using my PC as a mobile speakerphone


Garthyy

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I am in a wheelchair and have problems using a mobile phone so would like to pair up my nokia c300 with my pc (win7) to use my pc's mic and speakers. I can text using nokia suite but life would be much easier if I could answer incomingcalls from my mobile through my pc. Any help really appreciated.

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woodchip

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Do you have Software that will connect the Phone to the PC? As that's the first thing you need

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marvin42

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I can't answer your question but I think you might be better with a headset rather than mic and speakers as feedback could be a real problem.

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woodchip

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As above, and you could use Skype for some free calls.

http://www.skype.com/intl/en-gb/home

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Garthyy

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I use skype quite often but a lot of friends use friends and family on vodafone so when they travel we would like to chat without racking up huge bills. I cant put on or take off a headset by myself. I only have nokia software. Trying to download a different bluetooth stack.

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woodchip

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Software hear for your Phone, check it all out. there may be something for you.

http://ptf.com/nokia/nokia+c300+software+connect+to+pc.new/

copy Paste the above address to your browser Address Bar then press enter

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Garthyy

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Thank you. ever heard of bluesoleil?

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Woolwell

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Have a look at this using mobile through pc. I've never tried this so not sure how good it would be.

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woodchip

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no

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woodchip

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no

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Nontek

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I have used BlueSoleil with an old Nokia some time ago, worked fine. I don't use it these days as I have upgraded my phone.

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