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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by luispa21, May 28, 2008.
i was wondering if i could use my razr v3 from my mac via bluetooth
thanks in advance
By "use" do you mean have your Mac use the phone as a modem? It is possible with Verizon, and it may be possible with other carriers as well.
Try searching on "tethering" on the thread for your wireless carrier at Howard Forums. Those guys are hip to all that stuff: http://www.howardforums.com/
but i was thinking in using the mac to talk like it was your cellphone,
like the bluetooth headset
I guess I'm not sure what you're asking.
Are you wanting to use a bluetooth headset to make phone calls over the Internet? This would not involve your cell phone. Or, are you asking about something else?
If you want to make phone calls over the Internet, you could likely use your bluetooth headset with an application like Skype.
Please provide more information...
If the phone is thru verizon forget it cause they cripple it. There might be hacks but you would need go to howard forums. Plus and sound transfer your phone would need to support AD2P bluetooth profile
I read this as he wants to pair his phone to his mac, and use the built in mic/speakers on his mac to talk over the phone with, as though he were doing an audio chat in iChat, but using his phone instead.
If I got that correct, I believe the answer is no.
The answer is 'yes'. The solution is called BluePhone Elite 2. Works quite well with my SonyEricsson K750i, however with a Motorola YMMV.
thanks for the help
srry for not being clear, i dont know much english
but its like agentphish said and thanks to hwojtek for the software
i want to use my mac to talk over my phone, like a bluetooth headset would do