Use your bluetooth headset as a wireless camera shutter button.
So I came across this article today http://m.engadget.com/2012/05/10/htc...headsets/?CG01 and it says that the One X has this little feature that allows you to use certain bluetooth headsets as a wireless camera shutter button. This peaked my interest, so I found my old Motorola H505 headset and gave it a shot. And surprisingly it worked with my EVO 4G LTE! All you have to do is pair the headset with the phone, enter the camera app, and click the phone key on your bluetooth.
I would like to hear about other people's results.
Doesn't seem to work with the Plantronics Discovery 975. I tried pressing the button once, three times, 5 times, and just pressing it until something happened. Nothing happened.Not holding out any hope for this, but if anyone has had any luck with getting a Plantronics Discovery 975 to do this, I would love to know what the trick is.
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