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Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by Jaeger, Jun 5, 2011.
I can do it with my iPhone? Why not the iPad?
You can see here what Bluetooth profiles the iPad1, iPad2 and various iPhones support...
iOS: Supported Bluetooth profiles
iPhone is voice for hands free however iPad is just music which is Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP
That allow music to be sent from any blue tooth device. What you need is a Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP sound system. see parrot.com for ideas plus many more on searching the net.
Phone Hands free systems do not support music unless the system sports A2DP I use. Parrot 9200 A2dp sound system for both hands free and music
Hope that helps
That is true, iPad BT protocol does not support HandsFree, whilst the iphone does.
However, there is an app called "Bluetooth Mono" (available in Cydia) which supossedly converts A2DP to Mono. My Car Bluetooth does not support A2DP so I have tried this app, and it worked great with my iphone, sending music and whichever sound from the iPhone to the Car Hands Free system. But I have tried it in the iPad, and it did not work. I still do not understand why, it should work, as this app turns A2DP into a Mono signal...