Receive voice bluetooth SCO

by Ginobili » Fri, 20 May 2011 09:37:39 GMT

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To begin, I'm French so exuse for my bad English. I want to receive
voice, sended by a Bluetooth module (free2move). The Bluetooth module
had SCO connections so I think that it's possible to route audio
between the module and an Android phone.

I try this code :

amanager = (AudioManager) getSystemService(Context.AUDIO_SERVICE);

mPlayer.setDataSource(new FileInputStream("/sdcard/Music/

But it didn't worked. Do I have forgot something ? This project is
possible ?

Thanks for your help.


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