Bluetooth camera?

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  1. Mogal

    Mogal New Member

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    Okay, not geting into the ipt3g camera fiasco, but is there a bluetooth camera out there, that you could snap a pic, and bluetooth it to the touch?

    So far, I've found blue tooth to be useless. Can't seem to do any comms with it?! (I don't have a headset) You can't transfer docs or play multi-player games through it. Is there a way? Is there something I'm missing?!
    (please, only usefull answers)

    This is my first apple device, so I'm still learning this thing...

    Cheers
  2. leadergo

    leadergo Active Member

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    uh, yes you can. Rockband works perfectly with it.
  3. xxhorseriderxxx

    xxhorseriderxxx Banned

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    dependin' on which ipod ya'z have, iBluetooth is an option; iBluetooth is a file transfer app over bluetooth

    as of right now I don't think it works on the iPod 3,1 or iPhone 3GS

    last I heard of iBluetooth, the dev was tryin' to bring it to the other devices
  4. FailSafeIsntSafe

    FailSafeIsntSafe New Member

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    Yeah, once they develop iBluetooth for iptg2 you can do that.
  5. Mogal

    Mogal New Member

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    I have the ipt3 64gig version.

    A friend has the ipod touch 2nd gen., we have not even been able to find one anouther.
    The ipot found a buddies bluetooth phone, but we couldn't do anything(understandably)

    So if you got rockband working, cool. But how did you get them to communicate?
    Is there more to it then just 'turning on' bluetooth?
  6. 4NewHop3

    4NewHop3 Well-Known Member

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    ^ This. Also Touch Hockey (Something like that, used to have the app) works perfectly with Bluetooth multiplayer .
  7. iptlolage123

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    so what the actual problem because mine works perfectly between a 3g and a 2g
  8. Shukketsu.Azuguad

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    You must use an app that supports bluetooth functionality to be able to play multiplayer games.
  9. Mogal

    Mogal New Member

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    But when you turn on Bluetooth, it say it's now discoverable. Says that on mine and his, but it never 'sees' it, and there is nothing we can do.

    Is there something else we need to do?
  10. ryanangus

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    I'm not sure if the iPhone OS supports the correct protocols for camera over Bluetooth. Probably not something Apple is interested in really.

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