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Emery Jeff, Wilson Nicholas: System and methods for adaptively switching a mobile devices mode of operation. Res In Motion, September 26, 2007: EP1838075-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

A system and methods are provided whereby a user of a mobile device can adaptively switch the mobile device from speakerphone mode to handset mode without needing to look at the mobile device or without the need to activate a button or key sequence. In a preferred embodiment, modules are provided in ...


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Jeffrey Emery, Nicholas Wilson: System and methods for adaptively switching a mobile devices mode of operation. Research In Motion, Moffat & Co, October 16, 2012: US08290543 (3 worldwide citation)

A system and methods are provided whereby a user of a mobile device can adaptively switch the mobile device from speakerphone mode to handset mode without needing to look at the mobile device or without the need to activate a button or key sequence. In a preferred embodiment, modules are provided in ...


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Jeffrey Emery, Nicholas Wilson: System and methods for adaptively switching a mobile devices mode of operation. BlackBerry, Moffat & Co, November 26, 2013: US08594744 (1 worldwide citation)

A system and methods are provided whereby a user of a mobile device can adaptively switch the mobile device from speakerphone mode to handset mode without needing to look at the mobile device or without the need to activate a button or key sequence. In a preferred embodiment, modules are provided in ...


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Jeffrey Emery, Nicholas Wilson: System and methods for adaptively switching a mobile devices mode of operation. Research In Motion, Moffat & Co, September 20, 2007: US20070218958-A1

A system and methods are provided whereby a user of a mobile device can adaptively switch the mobile device from speakerphone mode to handset mode without needing to look at the mobile device or without the need to activate a button or key sequence. In a preferred embodiment, modules are provided in ...


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SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR ADAPTIVELY SWITCHING A MOBILE DEVICES MODE OF OPERATION. Research In Motion, March 28, 2013: US20130078981-A1

A system and methods are provided whereby a user of a mobile device can adaptively switch the mobile device from speakerphone mode to handset mode without needing to look at the mobile device or without the need to activate a button or key sequence. In a preferred embodiment, modules are provided in ...