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Its frustrating to connect the phone with the car via bluetooth while driving.

Are we missing the most natural use for NFC? Why not incorporate NFC into vehicles to simplify the connecting procedure?
 
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You can get an NFC tag and write the bluetooth info of your car stereo onto it yourself if that helps?
 
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We had that going. We jus need an app that listens on the nfc messages and act on them.
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=83020
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App? If you just want bluetooth audio pairing, then use the built-in functionality. Rodrigo Linfati's "NFC Tag Writer" app in the store has a wizard which reads bluetooth info from a headset in discoverable mode and then writes it to a tag for play360-type auto-pairing.
 
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Originally Posted by vitaminj View Post
App? If you just want bluetooth audio pairing, then use the built-in functionality. Rodrigo Linfati's "NFC Tag Writer" app in the store has a wizard which reads bluetooth info from a headset in discoverable mode and then writes it to a tag for play360-type auto-pairing.
is that the rfu option. The last one? i had no idea.
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