MemesHappen is a quick and easy meme generator where you can anonmyously make, download, and share memes with no registration, no usernames, and no passwords. I use a PocketPC smart phone, so integrating Bluetooth hands-free shouldn't be this complicated. It's designed to cut off your car speakers when a call comes in or when you dial a call, and has it's own internal amplifier. It turns out that the "mute box"'s grey wires (for the positive side of the rear speakers) can be used to switch arbitrary voltage, such as 12V.
First, I opened up the little control knob and soldered 4 wires onto the red and green phone buttons.
The left three relays are controlled by the Arduino and are "outputs" -- the bottom left two are for the red and green button. The right three relays are "inputs" -- 12V from the car turns them on or off to trigger commands on the computer. In the case of the phone setup, I've wired the "mute box" so that when the mute is off (not in a call), the relay is switched on.

The Arduino sees this and sends a command to the computer, telling it that the mute has been initiated. When the CarPC computer gets this command, it carries out a series of instructions, such as pausing the music, increasing the volume for the phone, and so on. To get the phone audio into the CarPC, I bought a "Line Output Converter" for $30 at a local car audio shop. This takes the amplified audio output from the Parrot box and connects it to the Line In on the sound card.
With that done, the software now simply unmutes the Line In when a call is in place, and mutes it again when the call is complete. It also knows when a call is coming in -- when the mute signal occurs, but without me issuing a voice command to start "phone mode", it knows that it must be an incoming call. Update: After testing this solution for several months, the one major problem that made it almost unusable was routing the audio through the PC. This introduced a delay to the audio and created an echo that the caller could hear -- very annoying.

I solved this problem by buying a small communications speaker at a surplus store and wiring it directly into the Parrot harness -- it was originally intended to drive your car speakers, so it should have no problem with a smaller speaker. When a call comes in while I am driving, the last thing I want is to be fiddling with my phone in my pocket, or dealing with bluetooth drivers that didn't seem to reconnect to the phone.
From what I've seen, no "commercial" CarPC software (Centrafuse, Streetdeck) has properly working Bluetooth support.
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