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iPod touch Made Simple by Gary Mazo, Martin Trautschold

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Chapter 24. Bluetooth on the iPod touch

In this chapter, we will show you how to pair your iPod touch with any Bluetooth device, regardless of whether it is another computer, stereo speakers, or a wireless headset.

Thanks to the technology known as A2DP, you can also stream your music to a capable Bluetooth stereo.

Note

You must have a capable third-party Bluetooth adapter or Bluetooth stereo to stream your music via Bluetooth technology. Also, there is soon to be AVRCP profile support, so many music controls on a Bluetooth device (like Play, Pause, or Skip) will work quite well.

Think of Bluetooth as a short-range, wireless technology that allows your iPod touch to connect to various peripheral devices without wires. Popular devices are headsets, ...

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