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    I thought this was interesting and had not seen it mentioned before. Looks like the Centro (and the 680) have hidden screens directed to a non-functioning A2DP ability.

    see:

    http://www.1src.com/forums/showthread.php?t=140841

    and

    http://usagiya.g-com.ne.jp/mini/hitorigoto/btaEN.htm
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    There is nothing in either of those links that states anything about a2dp. Those options are probably just the options for audio quality in a mono headset. There's no wording like stereo or a2dp .. the only weird thing is the ptunes option since you can't listen to music or anything in ptunes with a mono BT headset.
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    I do think that the 'Bluetooth Audio' options panel shown in jc-Treo's links does seem to represent controls for A2DP. And this also fits with the fact that the Centro appears to have BT 2.0 (look under your battery). The hidden nature of this capability is likely similar to DUN in the early 650s, which was 'patched' by Shadowmite (and led to his fame)....Shadowmite, are you there? Ready for another challenge?
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    Quote Originally Posted by syphex View Post
    There is nothing in either of those links that states anything about a2dp. Those options are probably just the options for audio quality in a mono headset. There's no wording like stereo or a2dp .. the only weird thing is the ptunes option since you can't listen to music or anything in ptunes with a mono BT headset.
    haha. Wow. I totally missed that. I guess I saw the "audio quality", "audio rate" and "pTunes Control" and just jumped to A2DP since those sound very much like SAG options.

    Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jc-Treo View Post
    haha. Wow. I totally missed that. I guess I saw the "audio quality", "audio rate" and "pTunes Control" and just jumped to A2DP since those sound very much like SAG options.

    Sorry.
    Not exactly new news, I found this on the 15th December
    http://www.inkhorn.net/site/log/Entr..._support_.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by jc-Treo View Post
    haha. Wow. I totally missed that. I guess I saw the "audio quality", "audio rate" and "pTunes Control" and just jumped to A2DP since those sound very much like SAG options.

    Sorry.

    haha you people get so offended at the slightest opposition to your opinion. I was just giving my opinion on the different screens...
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    I just bought an Altec Lansing Bluetooth speaker because I saw that Motorola list the Centro as a A2DP enabled device but from reading this thread I guess it is not. This is where I found what I thought was compatability.
    http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/a2dp/a2dp.asp
    Should I take the speakers back or is compatability coming soon?
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    rroman it IS compatible if you use a program called Softick Audio Gateway.

    www.softick.com

    Search SAG in these forums and you will find tons of info.
    ONE can be spelled as NEO.
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