Nokia Accessories :: Bluetooth Audio Remote Control For Phone?
Mar 21, 2012
there such a device for Nokia phones? I would like a little remote (preferably something that can connect to my steering wheel) so that I can change tracks on my phone via bluetooth. is there such an animal? I don't need anything fancy, as I already have blueooth telefony integration with my car -- I just want to change audio tracks easily.
I've a Nokia 5230 connected to a laptop via a Bluetooth USB adapter.Is it possible operate with the phone remotely, via a PC application that can call call phone numbers and redirect the phone audio on the PC side ?
Is there such a thing available for current Asha and Lumia models? Just like the Apple - In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic for iPod and iPhone. I know, I know, the Nokias are wired differently so the Iphone Headset will not work(?). But I still need the fast forward and rewind buttons to conveniently listen to audio books.
I bought my E6 a week ago and I just now tried to connect it to my pc via bluetooth. Amongst the normal services my pc found was some service " remote control". Can somebody please tell me if that can really function and how? And by the way i read all of the discussion about the batterylife, mine was holdin 3-4 days but i found out that it was because of Whatsapp. So the app forced the phone to connect to wifi all the time, even if the App is completely shut down. And we all know there isn't a wifi-shutdown function, so the phone stayed all night connected to wifi. I deleted Whatsapp just for experiment and since wednsday morning untill now I still have 50% battery, with some internet surfing music and so on.
how to get Nokia Bluetooth Audio Adapter AD42W.Wish#1: MP3 Tag Editor capable of editing ratings.Wish#2: Android type Video player, highly efficient player capable of playing all formats.Wish#3: Without Google Maps (and products), no gadget is worth keeping.
I have a new 8350i and downloaded the new 184.108.40.2067 (?) version software. For some reason, after doing this, the ability of my Plantronics Voyager 815 headset to perform remote controls (answer, hang up, volume, etc) has quit working. Has anyone else had this happen to them?
Curve 8900 (TIM) OS: 220.127.116.111.Yesterday I connected my device to the computer and upgraded the software to version 18.104.22.1681 via Blackberry desktop manager. I can't remember witch OS version the device had before.
After the update, i'm having two problems:
1.- When connected to my Dell BH200 bluetooth headset it no longer recognizes the A/V Remote control functions. With the previous software version, when the headset connected, it recognized: Handsfree, Stereo audio and A/V Remote control (witch allowed me to change songs and pause/resume play using the headset buttons). With the new version, it only recognizes the first two (even though in the device properties screen appear as services: Handsfree, Headset, A/V Remote control and Audio sink) . I use my device to listen to music, so having to take it out everytime i want to change a song instead of just using the headset buttons bugs me. Trying to solve this problem, i have deleted the headset from my bluetooth device list, and then paired it again (several times). I have also reseted the headset, and the device but nothing works. Any ideas on how i can get the device to recognize A/V Remote control functions again?
2.- After the upgrade, the block screen button on top of the device no longer works. Also, putting the device into the holster no longer blocks the device. Is this function disabled in new version?
Apps (the ones I think matter): - 5.0.0 System software - 5.0.0 Core applications
Is there some app to control your pc with your bb. when i watch a movie with my laptop connected to the tv by a hdmi cable the laptop is on the floor. so i can't control it.now i'm looking for a remote app that can control the pc with my bb. i found vlc remote but it is not for the 9520. is there some kind of remote. bluetooth or wifi it doesn't mather.
I somehow discovered how to program custom remotes before simply setting up my main TV to a pre-programmed one (Samsung). When I did discover the built-in remote for the Samsung, I noticed the volume & channel rocker buttons are HUGE compared to the ones available for building your own remote.
I have set up my bluetooth to work on my Ford Focus Audio system. Followed the instructions:
- Paired the devices. - Entered the code given by the audio unit. - Confirmed that they were connected.
The blackberry asked if I wanted the phone to connect automatically to the unit (So I don't have to go through the process of waiting for, and accepting a connection on the phone. Drove to the garage to get fuel and turned off the engine. Got back in the car started up and drove off. At this point the phone should have connected automatically like my old Nokia. No sign of it doing so. On stopping I looked at the phone and it was asking to accept a connection from Ford Audio. This is not automatic connecting. Automatic connecting is the phone linking up itself as soon as I get in and switch the radio unit on. So why hasn't this worked?
I Like to control my Nokia 5230 from my Netbook. So I found the software app Remote Professional. Yes its connects, and then it does nothing enymore. I get a white screen, and see no virtual Nokia Interface. ( I wrote 2 times to Remote Professional since I have a registred version. I did never get an answer))) Is there a decent software application wich provides this functionality without problems. I have an older WM 5 device, and that is more reliable than this Nokia Device, it misses however radio and max SD card space for 2 GB but the virtual PDA on my Netbook was running without problems.
i was wondering if any one expert here knows any app for symbian 3/anna where i can control for my pc (some features i need) with any program made for symbian?i have installed symRdp but it hands after few seconds i know is for 5th edition phones is it needs some run time program?
I installed the CK-200 last weekend. Unfortunately the remote managed to work its way off the steering wheel and completely disappear within three days.I've asked about 20 different suppliers whether they stock replacement remotes and they all say no. I asked Nokia UK Support and they tell me to contact suppliers as they no longer have an online shop.Can someone please put me in the direction of a replacement part? Surely a company of Nokia's stature must have a parts supply chain somewhere?!?
I have a new nokia BH 503. I connected it onmy nokia C3. It was paired successfully andcan play music. But my problem is I can't control the player using the headset's controls, only the volume. But when Iconnect it on another phone, the controlsworks just fine.
I have a nice audio adapter for my e90 (hs-45/ad-46). I has 3.5mm plug, remote control for music player (play/pause, stop, next, previous), a microphone and answer/hang up button and a 3.5mm socket to plug in your favorite earphones.I tried it on my son's 5230, the music can be heard but the buttons don't work. I would like to use a similar device on the N900 I'll get in few days, but perhaps the remote won't work on it either(?)Is there any wired old-school audio adapter/remote for 5230 or N900? Nokia website lists wh-701 as compatible with 5230 and it even ships with N900, but it has fixed in-ear headphones that don't fit me.If there isn't a compatible audio adapter available at the moment please make one.
I have been having a serious issue with my Lumia 1020 there is no audio from the phone what so ever. I cant hear people when they ring and they cant hear me. The phone does not let me play music on it or play videos unless I go onto the internet and look at a youtube video but there is still no sound from it. Another issue is that when I go onto the camera app and select to take a video the phone closes its self out of the app. It does this same thing in other apps were I try to play any type of audio. There is no volume control because when the buttons are pressed a small gray strip across the top of the screen appears and goes away after a couple of seconds. Mechanically the buttons work as a have performed multiple master resets on the phone which involves using the volume down button.
I have the S6 and the ES8000 TV. I want to use it to remote control it (including touchpad functionality) using the phone. I would like to know which Samsung app allows that. I asked Samsung and as usual got a clueless response - they referred me to that page A Galaxy of Remote Possibilities which seems ancient, and the app AllShare Control that this page refers to can't be downloaded anywhere and from what I read about it, it works only with old models. So what Samsung app can be used to that effect?
Is there anything like VLC (or logmein.com, etc) for an iPhone which will let me control the iPhone remotely, either from a computer or another iPhone?Recently my wife's phone went missing. We can see it in Find iPhone.But, we would like to get a sense of what is going on with it. Whoever found has it on and is not responding to messages we are sending to it
I would like to use my Samsung Omnia as a Bluetooth Remote for my PC but I'm struggling to find any software that will work. So far I've tried Phone Remote Control and Mobilewitch but they are not touch screen compatible. Does anyone know of a touch screen compatible bluetooth remote control application compatible with Samsung phones? It has to work over Bluetooth because my PC doesn't have WiFi.
I'm having problems with getting my remote control on my iPhone 3GS to work. I've tried out the headphones out on different iPhones and they work so it's not the headphone itself. I've had this problem for around 6+ months now I attempted the trick where you get a paper clip and get all the fluff out of the jack however it came to no avail. What is left for me to do? Is it a problem with my audio jack flex cable?