I got this new phone and bluetooth adaptor. I synced up the contacts and downloaded this app called Salling Clicker and when someone calls and my phone is near..this flashes up on the screen <br><br><br><br>
Bluetooth is really cool, but also, the AddressBook is great!!! ...<br><br>you know what will be very cool! a phone set (not a cellular phone) for you home or office with a bluetooth adapter... so you will see on your screen who is calling to yout home or office... <br><br>fly, you fools! -- Gandalf
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You don't need Clicker do display incomign calls, Address Book handles that. You can also click and hold next to any phone number (whereit says home, work, or whatever) in Address Book and choose to SMS or dial that number with your phone. Just make sure you have the Bluetooth connection active by clicking on the icon at the top, next to the view mode buttons.<br><br>
Sorry for the confusion, in your screenshot, it is Clicker. I was just saying that you do not need Clicker for that particular function as Address Book will also pop up with who is calling. Address Book is actually a little better in this area because it gives you options for handling the call, you can accept, reply with SMS, or deny the call and send the caller to voice mail, all without having to get your phone out of your pocket.<br><br>Not taking anything away from Clicker, it's incredibly cool and very handy. I use it a often as a DVD Player remote when traveling with my PowerBook.<br><br>
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