Recent content by GeminIphone

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    coffee dun swamped me iPhone

    Closest Store... I work in WPB, the closest Apple store is at Wellington Green, next is Boca... Good luck man, sorry bout the spill....
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    Jawbone users, come inside..

    Most stores carry it, as well as your local AT&T store. Take a look at the headset(s) at cellhut.com I like the Jawbone too, although it has other flaws as well. Make a call, then transfer the call to the phone, using the phone, then watch the iPhone automatically transfer the call audio back...
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    Bluetooth Delay?

    It all depends what Bluetooth chipset the manufacturer implemented in the headset. Some headsets enter what is known as "Parked mode" and some headsets stay active. For example, Nokia phones, when you transfer the call audio to the phone, the phone actually disconnects the Bluetooth link...
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    Jawbone users, come inside..

    I was posting in another thread about HFP v1.0 and 1.5 1.5 has recently started to go mainstream. I've tested at least 20 headsets with the iPhone, they all might work well in one call handling feature and fail in another. The more stable of the headset i've seen have yet to hit the...
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    Bluetooth Delay?

    The Motorola headsets and carkits are having a delay issue with opening the "SCO link (Audio link)" with the iPhone. The SCO link should open once a call is placed or received, sadly the phone isn't properly updating the headset as to the call status. The iPhone use the Bluetooth handsfree...
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    Jawbone users, come inside..

    Before I answer your question, I want to make sure your are aware of the call waiting features. AT+CHLD=0 is 3 Party Reject (Reject the second incoming call) AT+CHLD=1 is 3 Party Drop 1 (Drop the active call and answer an incoming call or drop the active call and answer a held call) AT+CHLD=2...
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    Jawbone users, come inside..

    Unfortunately... Sadly the Aliph Jawbone does not support the ability to send the command AT+CHLD=2 which would allow you to place the current call on hold and answer an incoming call. This command is also the same to swap an active call with a call on hold.