To elaborate on the subject line: I am curious of the feasibility of building an application that, to a bluetooth headset, can trick it into thinking there is an active phone call even when there isn't? And equally important: Intercept dialed numbers from said bluetooth device and use one specifically programmed number as a 'shortcut' that will not dial normally but trigger another program. To explain what I am trying to accomplish here: I currently have a BT capable headunit installed in my car that works great except for one glaring flaw: The only way to dial out from the headunit is through a recent calls menu accessible through it or manually dialing a number through the remote control. There is no way to trigger the voice dialer on the phone and the headunit doesn't have one either. And even if you activate the voice dialer manually, the BT in the headunit doesn't activate so your voice has to go through the phone's mic until a call is in session. The functionality, to say the least, is pretty basic. I was thinking about it last night and the most straightforward 'hack' to fix this is to essentially have a pre-defined 'number' (such as ***) that will be defined, an application will intercept it, prevent the main dialer from dialing while triggering the headunit into thinking there is a call in progress, trigger the voice dialer, and hopefully once the voice dialer dials out that call session will take over. I just want to know if this is doable in Android at all? I am interested in dabbling in Android app programming and think this would be a relatively easy way to start without having to deal with tons of GUI stuff. Mostly backend with, at best, a simple textual status display if any. Thanks!