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Google Talk video to Aux port in car

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by EdenObscured, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. EdenObscured

    EdenObscured Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Can anyone figure this out?

    I use google talk video in my car and I plug my phone into my cars aux port so I can hear the person on the car speakers.... When I do this I can hear the person but they can't hear me. It turns the mic off. Other than using headphones with a mic, is there some setting I need to switch to for the person to hear me?


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  2. jse2480

    jse2480 Newbie

    You could try something like this:

    I don't have this one, but I have a similar one where you plug a pair of earphones into the female end, which also has a mic in it, then it has a ~3' extension to the male end which has a 3.5mm male plug on the end. I'm assuming you're using a male-male cable, which you could just plug into one of these.
  3. Mr. Orange 645

    Mr. Orange 645 Android Enthusiast

    Whats weird is that setup (just male to male aux cable) works fine for speaker phone during phonecalls. Not sure why Google Talk Video would be different. If you try the mic adapter, OP, let us know how it works.
  4. EdenObscured

    EdenObscured Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    All I want is the person on the google talk video to hear me while I can hear them on my car speakers. If they are not on my car speakers then its hard to hear them. My car does not have bluetooth.
  5. Mr. Orange 645

    Mr. Orange 645 Android Enthusiast

    Thats how it works for phone calls in the car. I have my aux cable plugged in the radio and their voice plays over the speakers and they can hear me through the phone mic as if they were on speakerphone. Again not sure why that doesnt work for googke Talk video, but you should try that mic adapter for your aux cord and report back

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