1. EVO-lutionary's Avatar
    Recently I discovered that my Android could function as a hands free device in my car without Bluetooth(which I dont have). This is awesome! My CD deck has an axillary in so i just plug in the EVO to play music. I had done this for years with my iphone and with the iphone you had to unplug it to make a call because while you could hear the person calling you and talking they could not here you because the phone was listening to the *mic* that it expects to be on your headset. Of course the Android as many of you may already know is smart enough to know whether or not your headset(in this case the CD Deck) has a mic and if not, it will turn on speaker. With the iphone 1 when you turned on the speakerphone , it turned OFF the headset. So I just assumed EVO did as well. But now I know, and it's so great! Wish i had known sooner.

    What are some examples of things you had no idea your phone could do till one day you just discovered it by accident?
    03-24-2011 03:50 PM
  2. zero3187's Avatar
    I did the same thing on my Droid. Which is awesome.
    03-26-2011 01:10 AM
  3. Smitty_82's Avatar
    Haha, another reason I don't have an iPhone!
    03-26-2011 02:09 AM
  4. prakash99's Avatar
    Not just iPhone, I had the same problem with my Samsung Fascinate - even when using bluetooth with the auxiliary cable connected for music. That was one of the main reasons I gave up Fascinate and picked up Thunderbolt.

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    03-28-2011 07:48 AM
  5. Nchaka's Avatar
    Have you tried the Motorola roadster? It uses Bluetooth and separates your music from your phone calls. I heard about on android Atlas weekly and it sounds like it would help with your calls.
    Motorola Roadster Handsfree Bluetooth In-car Speakerphone - Overview - Motorola Mobility, Inc. USA
    03-28-2011 09:48 AM