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Plugging Into Plantronics Headset Sensor Events via Android

, 19 Dec 2012 CPOL
This posting will show you how to use an undocumented and unsupported feature in the Plantronics Voyager Legend and Voyager Pro headsets that will allow you to receive headset events over Android’s XEvent mechanism.

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Today’s smart devices and applications have untapped potential in the realm of context-aware computing. Plantronics is making it possible for its audio devices to deliver contextual information to a range of applications through Plantronics headsets. The Plantronics Spokes SDK allows developers to create a range of business applications that will have the power to change the way we communicate and collaborate.

Please check out our DevZone for more info on the Spokes SDK:
http://developer.plantronics.com/community/devzone

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