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Posts: 293 | Thanked: 81 times | Joined on Dec 2010 @ Al Quds, Isawiya
#1
Hello,
while i was checking today the latest mobile news i found this ;
http://phonerpt.com/exclusive-how-to...m-smartphones/
Do you think its true.
Doesnt seem like many have tried it out but in the comments 2 said that its working.
Unfortanely i dont own a car to test it.
Why it didnt appear here in the forum?
 
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#2
This looks interesting. Unfortunately my car is from 2007 so it doesn't work. I'll have to ask around.
 
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#3
Aprils fool!
-Its a european tradition yo make jokes on the first of april.
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#4
No it has been proven to work but on a nokia c7
Dont know maybe it is but its not possible at least.
There is the installation file for the app in the link.
 
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Well you can make a RC-(Bluetooth, WiFi, Radio) system for any car, no matter how old it is, then you can control the car with any phone.. N95, N900 etc....

If you just want to turn it on, control lights, horn etc.. then Bluetooth Relay system is an easy option to use, then make you own program (app.......) to control it, again every phone/device with bluetooth can do this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoXBb6JoSv4
 

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#6
Its an April fool like he said above/
how i hate this!!!
 
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