Bluetooth Pair

Bluetooth Pair


Bluetooth Pair is a home screen widget that enables or disables Bluetooth profiles on your Android device. Bluetooth Pair works with two profiles found on most Android devices, the A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and the HSHFP (Headset/Hands-free Profile).

How to use Bluetooth Pair? Simple, make sure your Android device can handle at least one of those mentioned Bluetooth profiles (A2DP or/and HSHFP), go to "Bluetooth Settings" ("Settings" -> "Wireless & networks" -> "Bluetooth Setting" or "Settings" -> "Bluetooth"). Pair with the desired device (a car audio system for example) and make sure you can enable or disable the Bluetooth profiles. The way this is done varies from device to device, see your owners manual.

Ok, so you can handle at least one Bluetooth profile and your Android device is configured and working to pair with your desired Bluetooth device. Now do a long touch on your home screen to choose the widget and then select Bluetooth Pair, select a Bluetooth Profile, select a paired Bluetooth device and that's it. An icon with the name of your device will appear on the home screen. When the profile is turned on the icon will be colorful otherwise black & white. Toggle on/off the Bluetooth profile by touching on the widget. You can have many Bluetooth Pair widgets on your home screen.

NOTES:
- Make sure your device can handle at least one of those mentioned Bluetooth profiles.
- Some devices may require at least once a PIN number to get paired, when that happens an input PIN screen will appear.
- The widget has been tested on Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich using phones from Samsung, Sony and Motorola.

In case of bugs, questions or requests please send me an e-mail.

Recent changes:
v1.0.0.0 - Initial version
v1.1.0.0 - Update:
- Support to turn on/off both profiles at once.
- Shortcut support.
- Some bug corrections.
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About Bluetooth Pair
Bluetooth Pair is a home screen widget that enables or disables Bluetooth profiles on your Android device. Bluetooth Pair works with two profiles found on most Android devices, the A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and the HSHFP (Headset/Hands-free Profile).

How to use Bluetooth Pair? Simple, make sure your Android device can handle at least one of those mentioned Bluetooth profiles (A2DP or/and HSHFP), go to "Bluetooth Settings" ("Settings" -> "Wireless & networks" -> "Bluetooth Setting" or "Settings" -> "Bluetooth"). Pair with the desired device (a car audio system for example) and make sure you can enable or disable the Bluetooth profiles. The way this is done varies from device to device, see your owners manual.

Ok, so you can handle at least one Bluetooth profile and your Android device is configured and working to pair with your desired Bluetooth device. Now do a long touch on your home screen to choose the widget and then select Bluetooth Pair, select a Bluetooth Profile, select a paired Bluetooth device and that's it. An icon with the name of your device will appear on the home screen. When the profile is turned on the icon will be colorful otherwise black & white. Toggle on/off the Bluetooth profile by touching on the widget. You can have many Bluetooth Pair widgets on your home screen.

NOTES:
- Make sure your device can handle at least one of those mentioned Bluetooth profiles.
- Some devices may require at least once a PIN number to get paired, when that happens an input PIN screen will appear.
- The widget has been tested on Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich using phones from Samsung, Sony and Motorola.

In case of bugs, questions or requests please send me an e-mail.

Recent changes:
v1.0.0.0 - Initial version
v1.1.0.0 - Update:
- Support to turn on/off both profiles at once.
- Shortcut support.
- Some bug corrections.
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A Google User
May 16, 2014
only a widget! bt stays on after disconnect create widget that turn on bluetooth & autoconnect to a paired device w/ one click! seems super lightweight w/o an app. very fast connecting to device. can make multiple widgets for different bt devices. however, does not automatically turn off bluetooth on unpairing. try the app "bluetooth autoconnect" as well. developer does not respond to emails.
A Google User
Feb 14, 2014
Latest update broke it Worked great, now just shows connection status but no control to connect or disconnect. Back to square one
A Google User
Dec 27, 2013
Great, works as advertised I use it to reconnect to my headset when it doesn't like to automatically. Works great. Also, great to be able to switch the a2dp profile to my PC and listen to the music through my PC's connected sound system. Great!
A Google User
Jun 10, 2013
Doesn't work on S4 Worked perfectly on my S2 but after getting an S4 I've found that it fails every time try to connect.
A Google User
May 9, 2013
Nice Agree... Needs rename option! Otherwise great little application.