Bluetooth turn off automatically when starting IBluetooth

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  1. CrazyComputerMan

    CrazyComputerMan New Member

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    Hey there

    I have installed IBluetooth on my mobile via Cydia and run IBluetooth with bluetooth on and i noticed bluetooth icon dissapear as IBluetooth is starting then i tried to turn on bluetooth and it wont work and i tried reinstalling IBluetooth and turning on bluetooth and that work but running scares bluetooth away. Do i need extra Sources to enable or what?

    I need to connect IPod to my mobile for internet access that's all.

    Rob
  2. Tman47

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    if you've noticed.. the btstack requires that bluetooth is off when using it, you cannot have iBluetooth and your stock bluetooth running at the same time
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    Well when the Bluetooth is on and it say connected to Bluetooth but next sec bluetooth is off and appear error as could not stack and restart app and if problem persists then reboot the device
  4. IamMartin

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    iBluetooth doesn't work on the iPod touch 2G. Wait for an app called iBluenova to be released as it will have iPod touch 2G compatibility.

    check http://twitter.com/ibluenova for updates.

    It will be released soon.
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