Guest crazyc Posted May 30, 2008 Report Share Posted May 30, 2008 Haven't posted for a while, so thought I would add a small success story. Have just got a car to drive to work, and so purchased a Supertooth Voice from Amazon for around £40. This is one of those little handsfree speaker phone things that clips to the sun visor, and connects via bluetooth. (Its actually marginally bigger than my phone) As I am running the original XDA stellar ROM, it kind of worked well. It could nto download my address book, but I could save individual contacts over. It paired OK and tried to read the contacts names when they called. Thats fine but I wanted the voice dialling as well. In the end installed a version of Microsoft Voice Command, and now hey presto, I push the green button on the device, and say CALL BOB SMITH for example, and it looks in my contacts, asks me to confirm which number (eg mobile/home/work) and then dials! (I dont even need to have recorded a voice tag - it reads the contacts name) When a call comes in, I just say ACCEPT CALL" and it answers it. Fantastic - never paid much attention to bluetooth or voice dialling before this - but when you use a car for commuting it is so useful! Just thought I would share my experience Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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