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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by admin » Fri Jan 04, 2013 4:56 pm

You can try my phonebook app. Check if your phone has the Bluetooth.apk with a running BluetoothPbapService, then it should work.

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by DB9 » Fri Jan 04, 2013 5:17 pm

This bluetooth.apk where should this be located?
In /system/app/ I have a MtkBt.apk with a bluetooth icon.

To check the BluetoothPbapService the phone has to be paired?

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by admin » Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:49 pm

Hmm, doesn't look like it will work. You can check in Android app settings if this MtkBt.apk has the namespace com.android.bluetooth and a running service named BluetoothPbapService. Bluetooth should be switched on, you don't need any paired devices.

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by DB9 » Sat Jan 05, 2013 4:25 pm

I see it as a background process named "Bluetooth" with the namespace com.mediatek.bluetooth. It has no running services as far as I can see.

Guess I'm out of luck. Anything else I can try?

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by admin » Sat Jan 05, 2013 8:59 pm

As far as I remember the Bluetooth profiles were implemented in native (C) code. If you find the sources somewhere you can try to find and fix the bug. But this will be hard... Perhaps it will be easier to port CyanogenMod for these phones?

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by cervantez2k » Sat Feb 02, 2013 5:31 pm

Hey there,

a few days ago I bought a phone from china called Star G9300+. It's based on MTK6577 and it claims to run on Android 4.1.1. I just downloaded the bluetooth sim-acces install app from the market but when run it I get an error message that says that my phone is not supported. So how can I Install RSAP trial on my phone. Is it sufficient to download the free trial from the market or do I have to make additional settings? And before anyone asks, YES I have rooted my phone!
Thanks in advcance for your support!

Cheers,
cervantez2k

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by admin » Sat Feb 02, 2013 7:32 pm

As far as I could find out the phones use their own proprietary Bluetooth stack. So there is no possibility to fix the phonebook implementation. You may try to cleanup your contact data. Perhaps some field is not properly formatted.

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by rndvip » Thu Jun 06, 2013 1:57 pm

Hi.
I have china phone zp200 (mtk6575) with android 4.0.1.(+ custom mod) and KIA JD Cee'd with Navigation system.
My problem is:
- in my phone book all numbers have format +79xxxxxxxxx(Russian format)
- after phone book transfer to the car "+" is disappears. In the car phone book number saved in format 79xxxxxxxxx
- call history in the car have the correct format (+79xxxxxxxxx)
I was looking through forums, and as i understand many people have the same problem with china phone.
I buy Bluetooth Phonebook, but it does not solve my problem.
I try connect my phone (without Bluetooth Phonebook) on KIA JD Cee'd without Navigation system, and it work perfect. All numbers in correct format.
May be some problem in car bluetooth system, or may be with OS.... i do not undestant.
Can you help me?

Also, I tested:
- Sony Expiria S - ok
- iPhone 4 - ok
- iPhone 5 - ok

PS
I do not want buy iPhone)))

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by admin » Sat Jun 08, 2013 8:35 am

Welcome to the wonderful world of software standards :?

The problem is that the PBAP standard has too many options and everybody makes assumptions what it will transfer or receive. If both don't match the whole phonebook transfer breaks. I guess the nav system uses a completely different software that is not necessarily better than the simple radio's software. The only thing you can do is to try to modify your contact data in a way so the car get's it right.

 
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Re: rSAP in phones with MediaTek 6577 chipset

Post by martind » Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:45 pm

How are the chances that the phonebook of an mtk6577 phone would be accessible from a Nokia 616 using your IrMC app?

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