Phonecontrol.net - Amazing - ML Support?

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Phonecontrol.net - Amazing - ML Support?

Postby AccessHA » Tue Aug 21, 2007 12:32 pm

Anyone using this little app? It's really amazing and the price is right. I'm currently using it on a UMPC to make hands-free cell calls. The interface is made for touch screens and uses bluetooth to interface with your cell phone.

Apparently you can control the app remotely through TCP/IP. So it should be pretty straight forward to tie this into ML. Anyone attempted this yet?

http://www.phonecontrol.net/

Details on the remote module:

http://zhorvat.dyndns.org/PhoCoWeb2/con ... id=rem_ifc
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Postby AccessHA » Tue Aug 21, 2007 11:00 pm

Nobody wants this? I’ve been using this for a couple days now and I’m blown away. We have Vonage but primarily use our cell phones (90% of the time). I’m testing Centrafuse for a CarPC and it’s currently integrating with Phonecontrol.net extremely well.
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Postby cborod » Wed Aug 22, 2007 12:13 am

Thanks! This is cool. I thought things were good when I setup a dock-n-talk to integrate my cell phone with my panasonic ka system so it appears as line 3. But this is a logical next step! Your sharing is much appreciated.
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