Iphone 3rd party development allowed...

Steven Milburn steven.milburn at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 03:22:20 CEST 2007

As of yet, AT&T hasn't disabled bluetooth like you mention.  I bought a
phone from Cingular/AT&T only a couple months ago.  (I chose them because I
wanted a GSM phone so I could play with the Neo when it's available).  I'm
able to transfer music, pics, and other files from my computer to the phone
without issue.  My brother has a chocolate phone from Verizon, and can't
move files from his computer to the phone via usb nor bluetooth.  I think
what you're saying may be true for Verizon and Sprint.


On 6/5/07, kenneth marken <k-marken at online.no> wrote:

> hell, they have partnered up with AT&T. and isnt mobile operators in the
> US notorious for locking down what phones can or cant do? i recall
> reading about bluetooth file transfer being removed and similar so that
> one had to use their network to transfer data to and from the phone and
> similar.
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