K-JAM, Microsoft Voice Command, Bluetooth Headset and a registry hack


I scored a Bluetooth headset for Christmas from my kids (seems they were tired of me always getting caught talking on my phone while driving) for use with my K-JAM


So, I installed Microsoft Voice Command, applied a little registry hack magic (thanks to Darryl Burling for creating a handy little app which does this) and voila.


It works like a dream! Now my new headset works with Voice Command AND I can route any audio to the headset too, which is perfect for listening to music or podcasts.


There are heaps of other hints, tips and hacks available, which I will be investigating soon. It’s a really handy wiki.


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Comments (23)
  1. Hey dude,

    If you are at work today, whos on Boonie watch?

    Molly

  2. frankarr says:

    Boony is at work with me and he has spoken a few times already

  3. Obviously this doesn’t work for pre WM5.0. I can’t get the whole path into the registry as stated on Win2003 PPC Phone Ed. <shrug>

  4. frankarr says:

    Sorry Dave 🙁

    I have only looked at it for my KJAM which is a Windows Mobile 5 device. I assume it is only valid for WM5

  5. Well Frank, yes seems WM5 is the go. I have one other issue before I take another leap onto the bleeding edge…again. Check this out please.

    http://lifekludger.net/2006/01/19/bluetooth-my-pda-my-ongoing-saga/

    Regards, Dave

  6. Dave the lifekludger says:

    Sorry Frank, me again. One more thing. Can you set it so an incoming call will auto-answer handsfree on your BT earpiece without pressing a button either on the K-Jam or the earpiece?

    Thanks again, Dave

  7. davidlem says:

    Just did it then for my Jam, worked a treat 😉 Except I used Resco to edit me registry 🙂

  8. Zubin Appoo says:

    Hey frank

    ive got a jasjar with bluetooth and the above works perfect

    except – how do you route the audio from say windows media player – to your headset?

  9. Chris Moroz says:

    I just tried the downloadable program hack on my new PPC-6700, and it works like a charm!!! I am so thankful! Why on earth doesn’t MS just turn this feature on? Everyone wants it.

  10. rr says:

    including us wm2003 people!!  ahhh!!!!  this would be SO COOL on my HP 6515.

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