connection profile type
A Bluetooth profile (mode) designed to
enable a two-way wireless speaker-phone to be used with a Bluetooth
Although it can be used with a desktop speaker-phone accessory, its
most common use is with car kits. A Bluetooth car kit will use HFP to
connect to a Bluetooth phone, allowing phone calls to take place via
the car's audio system (or an installed speaker) while the phone stays
safely in a pocket or purse.
HFP is one of the most common Bluetooth profiles. Nearly all phones
support it, including ones that do not support Headset Profile (HSP).
Since all modern Bluetooth headsets support both HSP and HFP, phones
without HSP can still use Bluetooth headsets via HFP.
HFP does not support stereo audio.
Bluetooth Wireless Connection
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the product manufactures)
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