Hey all - I was working on a project over the summer and we just picked up on the research again. I was curious if the newest python had the ability to send audio, stored on the phone, over the phone call. Say you had a "hello.wav" on the phone and it was just a recording of the word "hello." The project I'm working on is for people who cannot speak. They use a PDA to synthesize words for them. I would ideally like to have the PDA act as a bluetooth headset. The PDA has a buffed up speaker, so it would be nice if audio generated on the cell phone (from the other end of the call) was transmitted to the PDA and played on the speaker and then have the audio generated on the PDA (by the voice synthesizer) transmitted to the cell phone and then sent to the other end of the call. I haven't been able a way to trick the PDA to act like a headset, but I thought I might be able to set up some sort of streaming service between the PDA and the phone, where I used bluetooth to tramsit audio files between the two devices. So I guess I have a 3 parted question - does anyone know a way to make the PDA act like a bluetooth headset, 2.) Is there a way to set up a streaming audio service between the two devices, and 3.) Is there a way to send audio stored on the phone over the phone call?
Thanks for reading the post and for any input you might have?