The concept is great Mr MAgoo - will this mean we will save our batterioes but not having to put the bluetooth on constantly?
yep - not a massive saving - but with these phones every little helps!
Does it work for outgoing calls too?
Wonder if it will work on my XDA2 too? Hmmmm....
Outgoing calls are a problem - the program does try to turn on bluetooth for an outgoing call, but it doesn't work! I am trying to find out why....
Fantastic - Any ideas on timescales for future updates ?
Soon i hope - i have had an offer of some help with the interface from someone who seems to be in a good position to help...
Do you know by the way if it is possible to have auto-answering enabled on a BT headset with the SPVE200 ?
Yes - mine used to, but after quite a wait and no longer seems to do it! don't know why...anyone else?
I've just installed it and doesn't appear to work. There is nothing running when I look in Task Manager either. I have tried reinstalling, but still no good. Any ideas ?
Edit - OK now it seems you have to click the link in the 'accessories' folder on the start menu . It worked the first time, then stopped working. Checked Task Manager and task was still running. Any ideas please ?
yes - you do have to run it for it to work! and as for it not working a second time - I don't know - mine has worked all day every time. maybe a reboot is needed for you?
Works really well
Seems to try to do something on outgoing calls but not quite.
Worked 10 times in a row on incoming calls though
Great app, this is good news for our E200 batteries.
Well done MrMagoo
glad it works for you
The main battery drain on the E200 is mainly due to the SD card Controller not Bluetooth.
Am i not right?
Well, no it's not that simple.... for example mine can quite easily last a couple of days with the card in or with bluetooth enabled. disabling caller id really does seem to provide a big boost though. There are many aspects to the power management in these phones and I don't think anyone has proved conclusively that the poor battery life is down to any single factor, SO as I said above - anything which saves a bit of power has to be a good thing!