Yes it is.
No different than any other phones I have had.
Just using a basic bluetooth, nothing special.
Last edited by takeshi; 05-03-2010 at 07:32 AM.
many cars now a days have built in BT interfaces that allow you to do totally hands free calling through BT..my wifes ford fusion does this, and so does my mazda cx9..
Sorry, I am not trying to beat a dead horse and have read many posts regarding this.
I was just wondering if anyone has any ideas WHY the Motorola Milestone ( Canadian )with 2.1 DOES work with hands free voice dialing paired with a basic headset such as a Motorola H560.
As I stated.
My question,was does anyone know WHY ?
sorry if this is off subject.
Maybe I will start a new thread.
Motorola Milestone ( Canadian version of U.S. Droid )with 2.1 DOES work with hands free voice dialing paired with a basic headset such as a Motorola H560.
I was unable to use voice dial from a Motorola Bluetooth headset. However, when I paired the Droid with my 2009 Ford Escape with Sync, I was able to download the phone book, then use the Sync system to voice dial.
This is not a solution to the headset problem, but it is a bit of good news to someone who has Sync available and wants to get a Droid or other Android based phone.
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My milestone running 2.1 paired with my Parrot 3200 DOES NOT work with bluetooth voice dialing. I still have to initiate from my phone and use the mic on my phone. I thought they fixed this in the 2.1 update?
There are no Android phones that voice call with Bluetooth and they don't seem to have an interest in getting them to work. Use the apps in the market or purchase a Blueant Q1.
The reason why is anybodies guess.
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