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02-25-2010 11:18 AM
I have a question concerning the Audio Path Routing
Audio Path is the BlackBerry Hands-free Headset. Is it possible to plug USB-earphones to the USB-plug of the BlackBerry and rout the Audio to them or is it only possible with earphones using the stereo jack?
Or is it possible to access the Audio Stream and route it with an own implementation via USB or Wifi?
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02-25-2010 11:31 AM
no access to the internal audio stream. an usb headset would most likely need a driver (plug and play works in windows, not on bb).
you could do your own recording and route the stream to whatever you like, but the phone audio cannot be accessed.
02-26-2010 05:24 AM
Thanks Simon. But I am not sure what you mean by own recording.
I want to play a mp3 and rout the audio path. That is possible creating and starting a player and routing to Bluetooth, Headset, Speaker Phone etc. But it is not able to route this audio to USB, because I am not able to access the internal audio stream of the player. Is this correct?
But how can I route an own audio stream based on a mp3? I can open a FileConnection and transfer the mp3 file via USB. But afaik the player opens and decodes the mp3 file and creates a audiostream that can be played by earphones. So using a FileConnection to open the mp3 and transfer it - without a decoding - would not be playable by earphones.
02-26-2010 05:38 AM
you cannot access the decoded audio stream, no.
you can send the file stream to usb - finding the correct format for this would be depending on your usb headset.
on a windows computer it is all done by internal drivers, the BB does not have these drivers.
i doubt that it is possible - and if it is, it will be very difficult