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Brad,

 Thanks for the pointers. I was getting a little confused WRT what was the
current best path. Where can I find info on the hciattach patches, etc? I
don't recall seeing anything about that in my searching.

I figured I'd have to use a different BT module, so I'm working with
prototyping on a laptop until I get my gumstix gear together. I need to
figure out how to use the HFP to get handsfree device events, and I figure
that may take a bit of time.

Thanks again,

-d

> Deker
>
> The best option is to use the most recent bluez version you can and
> use the built-in audio service it provides. btsco and plugz are both
> dead ends. There is a little bit of hackery you'll have to do with eg
> hciattach which has patches that can't go upstream. See the gumstix
> openembedded package for details. Make sure you ask the gumstix folks
> because I believe they have a newer bluez than the default one you get
> in their openembedded environment.
>
> As far as hardware, if you're not using a prototype of the next
> gumstix board then you should add a bluetooth USB adapter that has a
> CSR chip in it to a verdex board. The integrated bluetooth module has
> not been used successfully for SCO.
>
> Brad
>
> On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 1:03 PM, deker <deker@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>>  I'm doing some research for an upcoming project where I'll need to use
>> a bluetooth headset for audio (send & recv) with a gumstix. I found the
>> following two pages:
>>
>> http://bluetooth-alsa.sourceforge.net/embed.html
>> http://bluetooth-alsa.sourceforge.net/embedv1.html
>>
>> which have great information, but I'm curious as to which is the most
>> current/correct. Specifically, I'm wondering what the current status of
>> SCO audio with the gumstix (and just on regular PCs frankly) is. I
>> understand that the blues-alsa project is moving away from btsco toward
>> plugz, but didn't know how this would affect me on a gumstix.
>>
>> Any info would be greatly appreciated.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> -d
>>
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