SweetTooth questions

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by redsnow, May 24, 2009.

  1. redsnow

    redsnow New Member

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    ok so i downloaded SweetTooth (bluetooth) through cydia and i get the bluetooth icon come up next to my battery icon (btw im on a ipod touch 2g)

    so what devices can i use with my ipod now can i use wireless head sets and stuff
  2. JoeCool999

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    You can't get SweetTooth to work on your 2G. Thought you already knew that?
  3. redsnow

    redsnow New Member

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    you cant? then why do i get the bluetooth thing come up by my battery?
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    daconcerror Banned

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    its a joke thing for the ipods
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    Nothing, as of yet, AFAIK

    EDIT: Didn't they announce bluetooth on the 2G, or am I remembering incorrectly?
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    BLuetooth is coming in 3.0 for the 2g!
  7. JoeCool999

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    Because the program thinks you're on an iPhone. But there's a development team over at http://ibluetoothproject.com/ who have released their own sourcecode which is being compiled and will hopefully be released in a few weeks for the iPod touch 2G. We will then be able to send files, and possibly a few other things.

    And 3.0 is also out soon. But with that we will ONLY be able to A2DP, which means that we will be able to listen to music over bluetooth. Like bluetooth speakers, or headphones. The rest is up to third party-developers.

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