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Is there any Android app out there for bluetooth handsfree control which requires no internet connection ? I want to make calls, receive calls, sent messages and I want my messages to be read to me. I looked around and I found that all of them use some kind of online webservices. I am using Desire S, android 2.3.3

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If you pair you bluetooth headset, you can make and receive calls over it without a problem.

If you want messages to be read to you, (TTS), install the Handcent app and refer:

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Thanks for the quick response. But Handcent and TTS use internet. I want it work offline. – Prabhat Jul 7 '11 at 5:32
Try installing Eyes-free TTS library. Now in handcent, go to options > Speech > Uncheck the "Google TTS" (which will revert to eyes free TTS engine). This should give you an offline TTS i presume. – Power-Inside Jul 7 '11 at 5:50
How about Enhanced SMS & Caller ID app from android market ? – Prabhat Jul 7 '11 at 6:37
too bad it isnt free.. but it seems to be a good app. – Power-Inside Jul 7 '11 at 6:47
So this Eyes-Free TTS library is supposed to work offline ? If so, is there any way I can use this library instead of default android TTS library. That way any app must work offline. – Prabhat Jul 7 '11 at 6:50

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