I don't know about anybody else but I'm getting a little bit tired of seeing Bluetooth threads all over the forums, full of people all asking the same questions when they're too lazy to read the thread or simply search for the answer. So I've copy-pasted my reply to one of the millions of Bluetooth threads here, and I will update this post as soon as I'm aware of any iBluetooth action. Like everybody else, I'm eager to get Bluetooth file transfer working on my iPod, but there's nothing we can do until a working/updated app is released. If a mod wants to sticky this thread to provide lazy users with a quick answer to their queries instead of littering hundreds of other threads with questions that have been asked and answered a million times already, then please do. Working devices listed in green, non-working devices in red. --- Latest update: 31 July 2009 (added link to Bluetooth headset thread, thanks StaticFX) Bluetooth is a new feature in 3.0 but the chip has always been there (for Nike+) - Apple simply didn't allow you to access it directly. Now you can, but only for connecting wireless headphones/headsets and playing supported games with others nearby - FILE TRANSFER IS STILL LOCKED. Jailbroken 3.0 users do have options in terms of a workaround to unlock file transfer over Bluetooth, however: iPhone 2G/3G users Use iBluetooth. There is a patched version of 1.0.8 which is reported to be fully working on jailbroken iPhones running firmware 3.0. Installation instructions here (you'll need to SSH it to the phone and install it via MobileTerminal). iPod Touch 2G users iBluetooth doesn't work yet, and there's no alternative. Wait for the update, apparently we'll have a working version around the 'end of August' iPhone 3GS users The 3GS uses a different chip from the previous iPhones, and the patched iBluetooth is not yet compatible. Once again, you will have to wait for a compatible update. --- Note: You can follow the iBluetooth developer's updates directly here. Note also: The updated iBluetooth is not going to be released faster because you really want it, or because you continually ask questions about it, or because you complain about the fact that it's taking a long time to be released. Just be patient, and check for updates regularly.