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Bluetooth does not work with Windows Mobile phone

Does your new Windows Mobile phone no longer work with your bluetooth headset or bluetooth in your car? Try the JETware Hands-free Extension. Worked seamlessly for me!

They offer a free 30-day trial before purchasing. Give it a shot and get it here: http://www.jetwaremobile.com/

The JETware Hands-free Extension provides additional functionality to the built-in Windows Mobile support for the Bluetooth Hands-Free Profile. The Extension allows hands-free devices to:

* Read contacts from the Outlook phonebook (“ME” phonebook)
* Read contacts from the SIM (“SM” phonebook)
* Read the list of dialed calls from the call history (“DC” phonebook)
* Read the list of received calls from the call history (“RC” phonebook)
* Read the list of missed calls from the call history (“MC” phonebook)
* Filter contacts from Outlook phonebook based on Outlook contact categories
* Limit number of contacts returned from any phonebook
* Activate Microsoft Voice Command 1.5 or 1.6 voice dialing over Bluetooth
* Use custom ringtones through your Bluetooth device
* Show battery charge level
* Show signal strength
* Show roaming status
* Display carrier name
* Read message headings from ActiveSync, SMS, or other mail provider
* New message notification
* Delete messages
* Read SIM serial number (used to automatically select display language)
* Read GSM phone IMEI number
* Read phone default phone number
* Read current time from phone
* Improved Caller ID
* Beam multiple contacts to your hands-free device at once
* Support for device specific settings, downloadable from JETware
* Online activation using your phone’s data connection or ActiveSync

Note: All features are subject to the capabilities of the Bluetooth hands-free device to which the Windows Mobile phone is connected. Many Bluetooth hands-free devices do not support all of the above features. See the documentation of your Bluetooth hands-free device to determine which features will be used by your device.

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  1. Great lineup! I look forward to hearing this gang do their trends.

  2. thank you very much…

  3. I found this post by search engine, this worked for me! Thank you!

  4. This also works on the Panasonic Bluetooth.

  5. This worked for my pioneer system.

  6. Was lookin ALL OVER for this! Thanks!

  7. Almost returned my stereo but this solved my problem! Big ups!

  8. Glad there’s finally an app to connect my car bluetooth to my phone. I was about to change my headunit!

  9. Finally a blue tooth application that connects my phone to my car! Thank you!

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