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Silent Phone and Devices

Silent Phone runs on Android devices running version 4.4 or higher and iOS devices with iOS 10.3 or higher.

Also, Silent Phone currently supports Bluetooth on all iOS and Android devices. However, please note that auto dialing / voice dialing with a Bluetooth headset works only for Android's native phone application. Unfortunately this is a restriction of the Android system and the Android native phone application. The native application "grabs" these Bluetooth features so other applications cannot use these features, thus Silent Phone cannot offer this feature.

Silent Phone shows an additional button if a Bluetooth headset is available, connected and in the right mode. On some devices the user should disable the media audio and allow the phone audio only. If Silent Phone displays the button (a headset with Bluetooth icon) the user needs to touch it to switch to Bluetooth.

For further security implications regarding the use of Bluetooth please click here.

Silent Phone is not available on Windows or Blackberry devices unless the BlackBerry device is running the Android Operating System.

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