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Join Date: Apr 2010
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Originally Posted by Cptnodegard
No it is not possible, and it's also completely and utterly pointless, since you can buy Bluetooth transmitters for next to nothing more or less anywhere
Far from pointless. It is a mod that involves doing something cool. Just because some companies make a product that can do what the OP is looking to do and for a cheap price does not mean that the OP should not try. If we all just purchased stuff that just works then we would have a world with a bunch of idiots that know nothing. And just wants to be solely ammused via You tube videos of dumb garbage. Oh wait, that is the vast majority of this worlds population. This is an Android forum where people do things the hard way so that they can just know.
I could have purchased a great PC case for not to much money. And v en ry little time spent earning said money. But I decided to mod a MAC G5 case. Pointless? No, far from it. This is truly my computer. Here are some pictures.
And how about my cars factory radio? Sure I could have installed a low level converter. Or installed an aftermarket head unit. No, I found the low levels signal circuits and installed RCA connectors on the back of my factory deck.
Sounds like this is how the OP wants to roll.
So OP roll on. Ill look into the setup you are looking to mod and let you know if it can be done and how easily it can be accomplished.
Edit. Yes, it can be done. You will have to mod the input output circuit at the headphone jacknor somewhere on the board. I will say this. Be extremely patient and use a very very good magnifying glass. Or your phone when soldering. And lots of light. What I did was use an app called overlays and created an overlay that put a flashlight widget whennI opened my camera app. This allowed me to permanently activate the flash LED and use the camera as a microscope when soldering my LG tones to act as an incar bluetooth adapter. Sadly though I broke the setup. But, I just may get what you have there and use that in my car next. Though only of it allows for hi definition audio throughput. Any way. Good luck and take pictures if you go through with it.
And one more thing. Like you stated. You could mod a headset to connect to your guitar and then stream the sound from your phone to the Bluetooth headset that is connected to your amp/head.
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