Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
unfortunatly the iphone can only provide mono audio for bluetooth headsets. This is currently the limitation of the iphones bluetooth capabilities.
I hope i helped you with an answer. Sorry i couldn't do more to help, but there is no current way around these hardware restrictions.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Actually if you want to jailbreak your device then there is a couple of programs that will allow you to send and recieve files from other bluetooth devices. Jailbreak the device with a program called QuickPwn and you should get a new app called Cydia. From there open up Cydia and there should be a program called iBluetooth - Hope this solves your problem a little more!!
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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