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    Made a New Discovery today with my Black Berry 8330

    By Johnnie Chambers

    You will need a FM Transmitter that you place in the 12 volt power system, (formerly called the cigarette lighter plug), in your car for your iPod, nano, iPhone, etc, that you would use to play music (mp3) through your radio with.

    Place the FM station to station 88.5; place the FM transmitter on the same station.

    Plug your cord into your cell phone, 2.5 mm. Now make a phone call to someone and make sure that your speaker is turned on your cell phone. You will be talking to the person through the radio. Now you are hands free to drive down the road and talk on your cell phone.

    This operates the same way that Blue Tooth does; transmitter and receiver.
    If you are listening to any music through your BlackBerry, the music will pause, answer the incoming phone call and press the speaker button on your cell phone, now talk to the person that called while driving, and when they hang up, your music will pick up where it left off.

    This idea, though not tried at this time, should work on your iPhone, or any related phones that are similar to the iPhone, and any Blackberry phone. Your phone must have the 2.5mm hole adapter where you would place a head set adapter plug.

    You can find this FM Transmitter at Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Best Buys, etc.
    In order for this to work, your phone must be Bluetooth ready, from what I have seen so far.
    07-19-09 12:17 PM