bluetooth on 2.2.1 firmware

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by tazzed, Jun 21, 2009.

  1. tazzed

    tazzed New Member

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    was just wondering since 3.0 for ipod touch 2g enabels bluetooth will it be possible to get it with 2.2.1 firmware thankyou
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  3. tazzed

    tazzed New Member

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    for one i did search maybe i should of said will somebody make an ap for 2.2.1 and by the way nice av to bad so manny have the same one
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    mieraisamazing Banned

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    of course you cannot have bluetooth on 2.2.1

    its enabled in 3.0
    thats it.
    end of story.
  5. iceburgpyro

    iceburgpyro New Member

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    Jeez why'd you have to say it like that. There's a lot of things that's possible
  6. Ryuzaki

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    It's locked up. Tight. On 2.2.1.
    We had some Dev's look at it on this site back in February I think?
    Around the time of the first 2G jailbreak.
    And they couldn't really get it. So, no. It isn't.
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    yeah its pretty well boxed up and the 3.0 version is only for bluetooth headphones
    hopefully someone will find away around it (soon)
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    I have a pair of Jaybird bluetooth wireless headphones. They came with a bluetooth dongle that plugged into the dock connector.

    I was excited when I heard 3.0 would enable bluetooth so I wouldn't need the dongle anymore. It does extend over an inch out from the bottom of the iPod and drains power from the iPod to work.

    However, I am dissatisfied with the built in bluetooth and will use the dongle anyways. The built in bluetooth does not have the range of the dongle, and disables some of the functions of the headphones, including forward/reverse skip track capabilities.

    For me, the built in bluetooth is pretty worthless anyways.
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    i hope 1 day ipod touch can transfer data via bluetooth,,,,,,,
  10. APV

    APV Well-Known Member

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    You can, a developer just has to make an app for it.

    You can do more things than listen to music or play peer-to-peer games on the iPod touch's bluetooth.

    Look at many apps now that do other things with it (there are few...) but there will be more later.

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