As I mention on my earlier post, iBluetooth will allow you transfer files between iPhone and other bluetooth devices. As the developer of iBluetooth mentioned, this bluetooth file transfer utility is undergoing some final fixes and will be released soon on the iSpazio Cydia Repository.


Don’t expect this utility will be available on App Store. The iBlueTooth application will only work on Jailbroken iPhone. To use the application, just install it and you’ll receive a license to activate. Later on, you can set the name of the Bluetooth device, as will appear to other phones or computer, enter a PIN for authentication, the preferred file extension image, and more.

iBluetooth will let you to send files or images between bluetooth devices. You can select images from camera roll and send to your friend’s mobile phone. There will be a “File System” section that allows you to choose files to be sent from any path (even hidden ones). You can see the screenshot below brought to you from

All file transfer activities are monitored in the application. So, you’ll see the list of transfers in progress (incoming and outgoing) and also completed the transfers. iBluetooth application is now under private beta. If there is no serious bugs, expect it will be released in next month.


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