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Thank you! It worked with the reboot. Hopefully I don't have to do this everyday. Thank you very much!


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Even though I marked this as answered I feel I need to add that I've managed to do exactly what I wanted with SoundWire and the default internet sharing on my phone as follows: Install and configure SoundWire on PC and phone. Share phone's internet connection via USB. Assuming you already had internet on your PC, you now have 2 network adapters. You need ...


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I know you mentioned Google Talk (now Hangouts), but my answer would not really relate to that, but to the question itself, specifically when dealing with SMS. You could use Tasker to mute the notification audio volume which is triggered by receiving an SMS for a certain period of time from a certain sender. Note though, that this would modify the ...


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I found this developer's technique http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15557933/receive-audio-via-bluetooth-in-android to accomplish this, although he says it can't be done with an app. I am not a developer, but if this works maybe someone can find a workaround that could allow an app to accomplish the required changes at least on a rooted phone. I think it ...


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Perhaps it's the system sounds. Go into Settings -> Sound and try disabling dial-pad tones, touch sounds, screen lock sounds, and what else have you.


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You can't do this in Android right now. You can detect when a phone call is occurring, but not when a notification is playing (as any app can play a notification). This is why SoundAbout can force audio to the speaker for phone call ringer but not for notifications. It would be nice if Android had an intent that fired right before ANY notification was ...


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This app would be "Media Button Router" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.harleensahni.android.mbr


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I'm not sure if a USB option is possible but someone please correct me if I'm wrong! This uses the headphone jack so it isn't USB but it is still a wired connection. The following should work but may be a bit flaky. Plug a headset jack adapter to split the microphone and audio input into the headphone jack of your phone. Then wire a standard audio cable into ...


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No. Android doesn't support drivers for these types of devices. Its support for external devices is pretty limited to simple input devices, such as keyboards and mice, and storage devices, along with occasional special peripherals that your individual app would be designed to use. A PC sound card is way outside of its functionality.


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This action in the Samsung Galaxy is controlled by the setting 'Alerts on call'. It is set from within the default Phone app. After you have opened the Dialer, open Call Settings > Call Alerts > Alerts on call. Deselect this setting to turn it off.



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