Bluetooth's strange thing o.O

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  1. Doulianne

    Doulianne New Member

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    let me introduce you ! Check this out :

    I was just testing the control of the Bluetooth on the ipod touch 2g... I was happy because I saw that I can take control... then, when I was trying something.. I typed "yes" and the Mobile Terminal started to type (without stopping) "y" .. do you understand ? No? Check the video :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auBeygkn3WQ
  2. treminaor

    treminaor New Member

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    You do realize that I we can't tell what the hell you are typing in terminal or what it says in the video, right?
  3. Doulianne

    Doulianne New Member

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    Sorry for tht... so, in order, I type :

    BlueTool
    Device -d /dev/cu.bluetooth
    power on
    yes

    and then... I see that :
    "
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y
    y"

    Understand now ? Please help me !
  4. leadergo

    leadergo Active Member

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    in terminal, type:

    Killall Terminal
  5. Doulianne

    Doulianne New Member

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    So funny

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    -_-''

    Not so idiot at all...
  6. Touchtacular

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    Hmmm...what's the deal with all these commands? There's sleep commands, echoes, pulses...interesting...
  7. Exosion

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    Your problem was you didn't set the baud at all. Next time, try typing Device -d /dev/cu.bluetooth -S autobaud
  8. Doulianne

    Doulianne New Member

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    Anyways there's no problem I just wanna know why I saw the "y" ^^... And I also made autobaud but I don't know why is it useful..?
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    It says Device - unknown command what should i do?
  10. Danv

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    Et qu'est-ce que ça fait ? Est-ce qu'il est découvrable pour les autres périphériques ?

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