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    Quote Originally Posted by samihassan View Post
    ya i got a new job but they dont allow you to have headphones, but they do let you have a bluetooth, is there any which i can talk and listen to audio thru my blueototh?
    try one of those tiny Jabra bluetooth boxes. you can find them on amazon. they are like small boxes that take the sound from any device and sends it to any paired bluetooth headset. they work fine with me


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    ...are there any plans for this new framework to support wibree (ULP)?

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    I do remember the party Mostello mentioned earlier. And how can I possibly forget Sheila… Seeing him and John all over her, however, made me go for Debbie in the corner there instead. I didn’t know of his problems with the iPhone and from where I stood he seemed like the absolute winner. So I thought flashing an iPhone had to be the way to go with a girl. Somehow we managed to swap numbers and I even got involved with her briefly, all until that night. Deborah was still up, I fell asleep after my 5 cent worth, and my iPhone on her dressing table got a sleazy SMS from my … ex. That’s what she thinks it’s fun to do when there’s someone new in my life, you see. The message popped up in that bubble straight onto the main screen, no PIN required – not that I have one, so that Debby couldn’t possibly miss it even if she wanted to. That was pretty much the end of the little romance our Xmas party kindly spawned for me.

    How do I disable that fellows, I wouldn’t want to take anyone down the “else” path but I still have a Nokia 6110 somewhere…

    I also have a swag of rather suspect services running on the iPhone chewing up time-slice and therefore battery life. With all WiFi, Bluetooth, SMB, LightHTTPD allegedly disabled I still have to charge the phone twice every day, which I hardly find acceptable. I find it particularly scary when the “top” command reports 21 processes and 80 threads running on an idle phone. Idle at 5% CPU is probably too draining.

    I am curious as to why is SpringBoard up with 11 threads and 4.5MB memory consumption, who is CommCenter and why has it got 11 threads up, and who is MediaServer with 14 threads – is it to do with the iPod part? I hope these thread are suspended.

    I don’t know what a default list of processes should look like at idle. Does anyone know? How can one know that without installing a large number of subsystems to gain visibility? I am trying to understand the boot process of this phone. Is there any editable plist that defines the boot sequence?

    And why these processes I kill don’t stay dead and they get launched again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexanderMihail View Post
    I do remember the party Mostello mentioned earlier. And how can I possibly forget Sheila… Seeing him and John all over her, however, made me go for Debbie in the corner there instead. I didn’t know of his problems with the iPhone and from where I stood he seemed like the absolute winner. So I thought flashing an iPhone had to be the way to go with a girl. Somehow we managed to swap numbers and I even got involved with her briefly, all until that night. Deborah was still up, I fell asleep after my 5 cent worth, and my iPhone on her dressing table got a sleazy SMS from my … ex. That’s what she thinks it’s fun to do when there’s someone new in my life, you see. The message popped up in that bubble straight onto the main screen, no PIN required – not that I have one, so that Debby couldn’t possibly miss it even if she wanted to. That was pretty much the end of the little romance our Xmas party kindly spawned for me.

    How do I disable that fellows, I wouldn’t want to take anyone down the “else” path but I still have a Nokia 6110 somewhere…

    I also have a swag of rather suspect services running on the iPhone chewing up time-slice and therefore battery life. With all WiFi, Bluetooth, SMB, LightHTTPD allegedly disabled I still have to charge the phone twice every day, which I hardly find acceptable. I find it particularly scary when the “top” command reports 21 processes and 80 threads running on an idle phone. Idle at 5% CPU is probably too draining.

    I am curious as to why is SpringBoard up with 11 threads and 4.5MB memory consumption, who is CommCenter and why has it got 11 threads up, and who is MediaServer with 14 threads – is it to do with the iPod part? I hope these thread are suspended.

    I don’t know what a default list of processes should look like at idle. Does anyone know? How can one know that without installing a large number of subsystems to gain visibility? I am trying to understand the boot process of this phone. Is there any editable plist that defines the boot sequence?

    And why these processes I kill don’t stay dead and they get launched again?

    huh

    I think you replied to the wrong thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexanderMihail View Post
    I do remember the party Mostello mentioned earlier. And how can I possibly forget Sheila… Seeing him and John all over her, however, made me go for Debbie in the corner there instead. I didn’t know of his problems with the iPhone and from where I stood he seemed like the absolute winner. So I thought flashing an iPhone had to be the way to go with a girl. Somehow we managed to swap numbers and I even got involved with her briefly, all until that night. Deborah was still up, I fell asleep after my 5 cent worth, and my iPhone on her dressing table got a sleazy SMS from my … ex. That’s what she thinks it’s fun to do when there’s someone new in my life, you see. The message popped up in that bubble straight onto the main screen, no PIN required – not that I have one, so that Debby couldn’t possibly miss it even if she wanted to. That was pretty much the end of the little romance our Xmas party kindly spawned for me.

    How do I disable that fellows, I wouldn’t want to take anyone down the “else” path but I still have a Nokia 6110 somewhere…

    I also have a swag of rather suspect services running on the iPhone chewing up time-slice and therefore battery life. With all WiFi, Bluetooth, SMB, LightHTTPD allegedly disabled I still have to charge the phone twice every day, which I hardly find acceptable. I find it particularly scary when the “top” command reports 21 processes and 80 threads running on an idle phone. Idle at 5% CPU is probably too draining.

    I am curious as to why is SpringBoard up with 11 threads and 4.5MB memory consumption, who is CommCenter and why has it got 11 threads up, and who is MediaServer with 14 threads – is it to do with the iPod part? I hope these thread are suspended.

    I don’t know what a default list of processes should look like at idle. Does anyone know? How can one know that without installing a large number of subsystems to gain visibility? I am trying to understand the boot process of this phone. Is there any editable plist that defines the boot sequence?

    And why these processes I kill don’t stay dead and they get launched again?

    WTF !!!!????


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    Originally Posted by AlexanderMihail
    I do remember the party Mostello mentioned earlier. And how can I possibly forget Sheila… Seeing him and John all over her, however, made me go for Debbie in the corner there instead. I didn’t know of his problems with the iPhone and from where I stood he seemed like the absolute winner. So I thought flashing an iPhone had to be the way to go with a girl. Somehow we managed to swap numbers and I even got involved with her briefly, all until that night. Deborah was still up, I fell asleep after my 5 cent worth, and my iPhone on her dressing table got a sleazy SMS from my … ex. That’s what she thinks it’s fun to do when there’s someone new in my life, you see. The message popped up in that bubble straight onto the main screen, no PIN required – not that I have one, so that Debby couldn’t possibly miss it even if she wanted to. That was pretty much the end of the little romance our Xmas party kindly spawned for me.

    How do I disable that fellows, I wouldn’t want to take anyone down the “else” path but I still have a Nokia 6110 somewhere…

    I also have a swag of rather suspect services running on the iPhone chewing up time-slice and therefore battery life. With all WiFi, Bluetooth, SMB, LightHTTPD allegedly disabled I still have to charge the phone twice every day, which I hardly find acceptable. I find it particularly scary when the “top” command reports 21 processes and 80 threads running on an idle phone. Idle at 5% CPU is probably too draining.

    I am curious as to why is SpringBoard up with 11 threads and 4.5MB memory consumption, who is CommCenter and why has it got 11 threads up, and who is MediaServer with 14 threads – is it to do with the iPod part? I hope these thread are suspended.

    I don’t know what a default list of processes should look like at idle. Does anyone know? How can one know that without installing a large number of subsystems to gain visibility? I am trying to understand the boot process of this phone. Is there any editable plist that defines the boot sequence?

    And why these processes I kill don’t stay dead and they get launched again?
    LooooooooooooooooooooooooooL

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    Just wondering... FW 2.0, does it have better BT support????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogs View Post
    Just wondering... FW 2.0, does it have better BT support????
    We just started looking at FW2. We do not see any reference to OBEX support but there are strings calling for A2DP that suggest that a full stereo over bluetooth will be available.

    BB, have you seen anything on FW2 that hints to an OBEX framework?

    I do not think that Apple is looking into making an OBEX available for the iphone, since the base framework is there and could have been just ported from Leopard from day one. Clearly they do not want any of us to simply beam over songs after songs with a simple "send over bluetooth" function.
    Iphone 1.1.3 OTB upped to 1.1.4 j/u
    MacBook Pro 2.3 GHz
    G5 Dual 2 GHz

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    Hi everyone,

    First of all thanks for you effort in this great cause.
    In my opinion Apple will never release any OBEX support without people first is able to achieve it in a hackable way.

    The fundamental question: What is the current stage for the project ?
    Can I support this project ? Don't know much about BT protocol/implementation but could explore if guided.
    What is already known about current iPhone BT implementation ?
    Is there any other topic open for this.
    I see no more messages in the forum since April begin, is there other topic / wiki page ?

    Thanks

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    So how is the project guys?


 

 

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