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Dec
16
comment Which Bluetooth Stack supports APT-X on Windows 7
Thanks for your answer, but as stated I didn't want to plug another dongle to my Notebook as it already has built in bluetooth support. Using another stack (Widcomm, whatever, I don't know) should be possible instead of the original one deployed by Lenovo/HP. At least I didn't found resources to check, whether apt-x is supported out of the box from such a stack.
Jun
26
comment Which Bluetooth Stack supports APT-X on Windows 7
That doesn't answer the question as I don't want to attach another dongle whereas my Notebook has already BT built in...but I suppose that there is no better solution at the moment. And what about BT 4.0 / apt-X support on Linux...?
Dec
17
comment Which Bluetooth Stack supports APT-X on Windows 7
Thanks for the link, but the main problem is still the stack. Usually its easy to see which products support APTx, at least when you're buying a dongle. But I even don't know whether Windows8 supports APT-x out of the box...
Jun
24
comment Syncing a Windows Phone 7 locally or on your own webspace
Meanwhile I've tested transferring the contacts via Z-Push: this works, if you are able to export all contacts as single .vcf file and setup a simple webserver solution like XAMPP. So using this way, I could export my contacts without uploading them to the cloud. However, this is far from any real syncing solution. And it also doesn't work for calendar entries.