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    iblackwind New Member

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    http://androidcommunity.com/broadco...luetoothfm-chip-drivers-for-android-20090206/

    it is said to be the drivers were updated by broadcom and
    "That, together with open-access to ”portions” of the drivers for developers, will hopefully result in not only more compact and cheaper Android-based handsets, but a new generation of location-based, internet-connected apps to run on them."
    so are there any android roamers here in this forum ?
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    Yeah there are a few.
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    so can the team who were hacking the bluetooth on ipod touch 2g collaborate with them to unlock its full potential?
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    Actually .xlr8 I think has one of those and was one of the guys working on the bluetooth.
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    thanks for the info...if thats the case how actively is this project being looked at?
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    I think they stopped because it had something to do with the BTserver.
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    but can the revive the dead (revenge of the fallen)

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    ? i mean now they might have access to the chips' drivers through android or is still not attainable?
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    so is the bluetooth project totally dusted off the shoulders?

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