Nexus One with PC

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    Junior Member Alan Skipper's Avatar
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    Nexus One with PC

    I would like to use my Nexus One though my PC hands free.

    What I mean is, I would like to dial out or answer calls through my PC using its micrphone and speakers.

    Is this possible?

    Cheers

    Alan

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    Maybe using Bluetooth

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    Bluetooth is what you're looking for. Is your pc bluetooth capable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsson View Post
    Bluetooth is what you're looking for. Is your pc bluetooth capable?
    Sorry, mine is not.

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    Junior Member Alan Skipper's Avatar
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    My PC is not Bluetooth capable but I do have a bluetooth dongle that I could set up.

    I have the PC connection cable that came with the Nexus One, do I need some software to make this happen?

    Alan

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    Ok, that will work just fine.

    I have the PC connection cable that came with the Nexus One.
    You will not need this cable for hands free modem.

    do I need some software to make this happen?
    No you shouldn't need any additional software.

    What type of OS(Operating System) is you PC running?
    XP, Vista, or W7

    Do you have all the Bluetooth drivers install?
    I think Vista and W7 automatically installs all this drivers when it detects your Bluetooth dongle.

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    I haven't loaded the drivers for the bluetooth dongle yet.

    My PC is running XP Professional Service Pack 3

    Alan

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    I just tried it on my window 7 and I was able to use my pc as a heads free, but I couldn't dial a number I had to dial via Nexus One.

    It was as easy as pairing a Bluetooth headset.

    just install the drivers and pair your device.
    To pair your device right click on the Bluetooth icon next to your clock, and select add device.
    Once pair make sure all your services are enabled, on the Bluetooth icon next to your clock, right click on it and select show devices, select Nexus One, select properties, select the tab that says services, and check the hands free.

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    I have BT built into my laptop and I have connected my N1 to it via A2DP (I think that was the device class) using the computer's speaker and mic. I didn't do anything with it - just checked to see if I could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsson View Post
    I just tried it on my window 7 and I was able to use my pc as a heads free, but I couldn't dial a number I had to dial via Nexus One.

    It was as easy as pairing a Bluetooth headset.

    just install the drivers and pair your device.
    To pair your device right click on the Bluetooth icon next to your clock, and select add device.
    Once pair make sure all your services are enabled, on the Bluetooth icon next to your clock, right click on it and select show devices, select Nexus One, select properties, select the tab that says services, and check the hands free.
    Lionsson

    I've paired the the PC and the Nexus One, the can see each other but the Nexus One says that the PC is "paired but not connected". The services tab for the Nexus One is empty.

    I have paired and used my Garmin Nuvi Sat Nav as a hands free device.

    Perhaps the Nexus One doesn't like Windows XP?

    Alan

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