Bluetooth Connection to Computer...

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 3.0' started by katman000, Jul 6, 2009.

  1. katman000

    katman000 New Member

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    Well I have been playing with the Bluetooth on my iPod and found that there is actually support for the iPod to connect to a computer. I just can't find my Computer's pin to allow my iPod access

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    If anyone knows how to find the pin I would be very happy

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    My guess is that when connected to a computer, a bluetooth PAN might be able to be created and thus a faster internet connection created. Please correct me if my assumptions are incorrect.
  2. APV

    APV Well-Known Member

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    Pin is usually "0000" but it won't work, only stereo headsets.

    I also tried this with my phone and it works but then my iPod backs out of the connection, when my phone still thinks it's connected to it.
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    kzr22 New Member

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    i to was able to connect to my computer but i couldnt do anything after that file transfer is not supported and nothing else will work anyway
  4. katman000

    katman000 New Member

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    Hmmm...

    Well I haven't been able to actually connect because the pin isn't '0000' for my computer somehow. But isn't it possible that an app could be developed to allow a PAN connection with bluetooth?
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    dieselboy27 New Member

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    There is nothing you can do even if you pair with the computer. Those BT profiles are not supported unfortunately.

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