Sunday, January 3, 2010

Connecting I-Pod Touch with Bluetooth Speakers

Support Bluetooth speakers iPod touch is now a reality. If the second-generation Apple iPod touch platform will be replaced by one of the chips used in Wi-Fi, which supports Bluetooth connections. Out of the box Apple Bluetooth is not enabled. Release of OS 3.0, Bluetooth chip allows you to use Bluetooth headphones or speakers.

The second generation iPod Touch was released on September 9, 2009. The second generation iPod Touch with OS 2.1.1 source. Currently, the latest operating system version 3.1.2. Small cost (currently about five dollars), which will be updated to handle the latest and greatest operating system release. Plus many other features with the latest version of the Bluetooth profiles A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile is a Bluetooth profile that allows wireless transmission of stereo sound.) Enabled.

There are several things to check before you fumble to connect to a Bluetooth wireless headset or speakerphone. First, check the serial number and the apple site to see who is really the second generation or more connections. After verifying that you have the necessary hardware, check the correct software version. To determine the version of the software before you press the Settings icon, then select the General tab, and then click to see the version number. You need at least version 3.0 can be combined with Bluetooth stereo speakers. If you do not have the latest version 3.1.2 I recommend to upgrade (at the time of this writing is the latest version of iTunes and you can buy around $ 5).

If you believe that the iPod is capable and software, it's time to connect a Bluetooth speaker. Follow the instructions that come with a headset or car kit to enable individuals to identify or search for other Bluetooth devices. This may include entering a password or PIN. Select Settings> General> Bluetooth and enable Bluetooth. Community, will search for Bluetooth devices nearby. Select Bluetooth speakers. Connections can be asked to enter a key or PIN. Instructions that come with wireless speakers should include this information.

Now the wireless connection to connect the speakers is very simple. Make sure the second generation or more connections. Make sure you have the latest versions of the operating system. Turn on Bluetooth and look for speakers or headphones. Enjoy wireless freedom is not something new each time.

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