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
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)
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.
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!
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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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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