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    Arrow Apple Bluetooth Version 2.3.2f5

    I was recently checking the file inside The MacBook Pro Software Update 1.3 and I noticed that the bluetooth software Version is different than the one I have. The version that I have on Snow Leopard OS 10.6.3 is 2.3.2f4 and the one on the MackBook Pro update is 2.3.2f5.






    So, I decide to do a little experiment and try the new BlueTooth version on one of my Laptops. I'm using a Toshiba Satellite L305 S8558 running Snow Leopard OS 10.6.3.
    After unpacking the files, I started to change the files manually one by one. Then I repaired The permission and Reboot.

    Here is what I've noticed:

    - My BlueTooth work better than before, not only has a better range but is more stable. The "BlueTooth Setup Assistant" didn't show any device using the version 2.3.2f4 (Searching for devices - 0 found), while after installed the version 2.3.2f5 shows not only my devices but my neighbor devices as well. I can even "Browse device", again "Something I wasn't able to do before".

    - I can run the "BlueTooth File Exchange" more effective and Transfer file between my Hackintosh and my PC. Something that I couldn't do before.

    - I can connected my Hackintosh with my iPhone via BlueTooth, something that I couldn't do before.

    - I can connect my headset free Unit (Motorola H721) with my hackintosh via BlueTooth without a problem. I can Listen to iTunes via Bluetooth with absolutely no problem. Wireless Headset works Great!






    - I can load "BlueTooth Diagnostic" utility window and see a report of my BlueTooth configuration. I wasn't able to have this information before.

    - I can load "BlueTooth Explorer" which allow my to check my devices "Performance (Throughput test, RSSI Sweeper, AFH Monitor), Utilities (Show Device Cache, Get Local Info, etc) and devices.




    I made all these changed manually and it worked on my Laptop. If you'd like to try on your system, just download it and replace the files Manually. I'm going to try the same experiment in my other hackintosh to see if it works.


    The Applications folder Contain changes to:

    Applications/Utilities/Bluetooth File Exchange.app

    The System/Library/ folder Contain changes to:

    CoreServices, Extensions, FrameWorks, PreferencePanes, SystemConfiguration, SystemProfiler.

    After replacing the files, just run "Repair Permissions" and Re-Boot.


    Use it at your OWN RISK!

    If you'd like to try it on your system just download it.
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    Lightbulb Bluetooth setup..

    Thank for sharing, Dude.

    Question..How do I setup my bluetooth configuration? Should I select Manually or Using DHCP (Under IPv4)? my bluetooth works a lot better but I have no clue how to setup up, even though I've google it, Can you help me?

    I'll appreciated!

    one more thing, I replaced everyone of those files and I repaired the permissions as you suggested but what can I do to see that I have the version 2.3.2f5? (like it shows on the image below)


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    Arrow bluetooth setting

    My Pleasured helping a fellow hackitosher.

    step 1

    Check to see if your Mac is set up with Bluetooth. From the Apple menu, click "System Preferences" You should see a Bluetooth icon. If you do not, your Mac does not have Bluetooth.

    Step 2

    Enable Bluetooth. Under "System Preferences" click the Bluetooth icon and make sure you see "Bluetooth: On" under the "Settings" tab. If it's not turned on, click "Turn Bluetooth On".

    Step 3

    Go to the menu bar and click the Bluetooth icon, then click "Bluetooth Preferences".

    Step 4

    Click the "Devices" tab and "Pair New Device".

    Step 5

    Click on the device you want to set up to pair with your Mac. If it is not listed, make sure the device is turned on and in pairing mode. Then click "Search Again" in the "Bluetooth Device" dialog box.

    Step 6

    Click on "Pair."

    Step 7

    Enter a PIN number into the box that pops up. Sometimes you will choose your own PIN and other times the manufacturer will supply one for you to use. Click "OK" and the device should be listed in the "Devices" tab under "Bluetooth Preferences."

    or

    step 1

    Look for the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar. Click it and another menu will appear.

    Step 2

    Select "Open Bluetooth Preferences."

    Step 3

    Click the "Settings" tab and check "Discoverable" This will let Bluetooth devices in range find your Mac. Choose whether you want to require authentication to connect devices.

    Step 4

    Choose whether you want the Setup Assistant to pop up if you don't have an input device connected and then close the window. You now have Bluetooth set up on your Mac.

    Open the Bluetooth Setup Assistant, located in /Applications/Utilities, and follow the onscreen instructions to set up a Bluetooth device.


    To find out what is your bluetooth version, just open "System Reference" window and click on the "Bluetooth" icon, then click next to the Bluetooth icon (Below "Show all Button). There it will show you your bluetooth address, The version you're running, and the bluetooth features (Like Radio, etc). see the image below.

    I hope this can help you!
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    Smile bluetooth

    Thank you for you Help dude.

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    Arrow Apple Bluetooth Version 2.3.2f5

    I'm glad I can help!
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