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Is there anyway to force the iPhone to always use Bluetooth for incoming calls? - I'm on a motorcycle and have my iPhone set to auto answer calls, problem is it answers with the built in iPhone headphone/microphone instead of the paired and connected bluetooth headset.

I also cannot answer with the button on the bluetooth headset as it is inside my helmet.

Any ideas? - My iPhone is jailbroken if that helps.

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how do you set to auto answer on the iPhone ? –  Dennis Mathews Mar 25 '11 at 6:16
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Using CallController - an app you have in Cydia after jailbreaking your iPhone. I also spoke to it's developer and he says he cannot find a way to switch to bluetooth on call answer either :/ –  Roman Gaufman Mar 25 '11 at 12:42
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There's no way to do this via the iPhone itself, but there are voice-controlled Bluetooth headsets (such as the BlueAnt Q2) that would allow you to take the call on the headset without pushing a button.

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Interesting, I will check that out, thanks –  Roman Gaufman Mar 25 '11 at 12:43
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Don't know if you still want a solution for this, but Cardo makes in-helmet bluetooth receivers that are awesome. The send/receive button is on the outside of the helmet then you install the mic/speaker inside (simple process).

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