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Mobile Phone blue tooth music

Is it possible to play music through my phone and hear it though my Blue tooth hands free kit?
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tonelm54Author Commented:
I have an XDA mini if it helps
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PCBONEZCommented:
The specs say it has Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 SE (which includes media player) and that it functions as an MP3 player so I don't see why not.

I obviously don't have one to play with so if you'd fax the owners manual to my TV set I'll take a look at it for you. (joking)
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chiingliangCommented:
hmm.. tried on my moto.. dint work. but some speakers and headphones are designed with that purpose (with bluetooth enabled)  like the creative headphone
worth a shot.. but no microphone.
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tonelm54Author Commented:
from what I understand I need some software or something. I have tried an in  car bluetooth kit as well as a standard bluetooth ear peice and as normal doesnt work.
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OkigireCommented:
Yes, it's possible.  A friend of mine has a bluetooth headset and plays music through his phone and PDA.  He's looking for an affordable (ie. cheap) stereo set which he hasn't found yet... it works though!
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PCBONEZCommented:
The thing plays MP3 according to the spec.
That function in built in and so should be media player.
All you need to do is use media player and connect a head set.
It's the same as listening to music on a computer through a head-set.
As long as the settings are correct to play sounds on the speaker all you have to do is plug in the head-set.
The device doesn't know or care if it's playing to a speakers or  head-set.
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OkigireCommented:
I think there are 3 people that have helped provide solid answers, either YES or NO.  The NO part goes to a test which didn't work, I've seen it happen, and it was also explained.  So, chiingliang, PCBONEZ, and myself I think answered this question directly.
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