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    Default Can I use bluetooth to RECORD audio (to help podcast my class)?

    As a junior high teacher, I use my EVO to podcast my class lectures for kids who are absent or need to review. It works wonderfully, and I've been using AL Voice Recorder without a problem. But it is hard for the kids to hear me when I stray away from the EVO (on my desk...but I like to roam when I speak).

    I thought a good solution would be to use my bluetooth headset to transmit while teaching. I'd look a bit silly, but if it helps them hear me then it would be worth it. But I can't get the recorder to recognize the bluetooth input. It automatically uses the microphone even when the BT is hooked up and working.
    I have even tried switching programs to Hi-Q MP3 recorder (also awesome), but to no avail.

    Does anybody know if there is a way to record audio through the BT input? A program? A setting change? I (and my students) would greatly appreciate any help you could offer.

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    You could try connecting as a call using the record widget and just go with that but don't know what number you could call just to get silence...?
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    Maybe this would work:


    Or search market for "Voice2Do"

    It records audio through bluetooth and seems to save it as a .wav file. I would play with it and see if it records long enough to work.
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    Default Re: Can I use bluetooth to RECORD audio (to help podcast my class)?

    You can get a headset that includes a mic in it and not plug in one earbud. Or just get a lavalier mike and plug it in.

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