[mythtv-users] Bluetooth Question
david.whyte at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 02:16:38 EDT 2004
An obivous use would be as a remote control :P I was hoping to work
on this once I get a Myth box, but this is looking like being light
years away :(
On Sun, 03 Oct 2004 15:17:52 -0400, Kendrick Vargas <ken at hudat.com> wrote:
> Colin Smillie wrote:
> > I don't really use any BT devices myself but I have read about several
> > home office boxes that use BT. From what I've seen you can sync your
> > personal information with the box and some models claim to let you
> > call-out using VoIP over BT. I think the idea is that your BT phone
> > or headset connects to the set-top box when you come home. I'm
> > assuming this is done for a cost-saving compared to using the GSM/GPRS
> > network.
> I tested BT on RH9 when I first got my T68i. I wanted to play with it :-) I
> found an app that would show the phone's CID on screen when a call came in.
> I also got Multisync running to sync my phone to evolution. I'm sure I
> could've used the serial port provided by BT to go online.
> It'd be really cool if there could be a BT module for MythTV, or maybe a
> multisync module which let you see the sync status. Something that could
> interact with MythPhone and MythMail (hint hint) for an addressbook would be
> even cooler :-)
> The bluetooth subsystem on the redhat fedora line should work (I think it's
> BlueZ). At least, it works as of RH9, I can only imagine it still works on FC2.
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