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When connecting the phone to a BT speaker that includes a mic (pretty much all of them), the speaker acts like a BT headset, and the phone's mic is disabled.

Can I use the speaker for audio output only, using the phone's internal mic?

Update: Think about handling a phone call using the BT speaker, but its mic is lousy and noisy, so I want to use the internal phone mic instead.

  • If you have the BT, the best thing would be to test – Beveloper Jul 11 at 17:37
  • @Beveloper - ... and how should I test that??? – ysap Jul 11 at 18:29
  • you asked: Can I use the speaker for audio output only, using the phone's internal mic? your post sounded like you did connect the speaker but the mic is disabled. So to test if the internal mic works is to use a sound recorder on your phone to check that – Beveloper Jul 12 at 5:24
  • @Beveloper - re-reading my post, I do not see why you understood that the mic is disabled. My question is - how to disable the external (remote) mic and use the internal mic instead, while still being connected to the remote speaker for audio output. See update. – ysap Jul 12 at 6:14
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    sorry about that. Wish I could assist futher. I guess you may have to disconnect the speaker when making calls then – Beveloper Jul 14 at 4:30

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