Have you ever wanted to disable the A2DP profile on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad? Thanks to a Cydia application called Bluetooth Service Manager, you can now enable/disable Bluetooth services such as: A2DP, Remote, Keyboard, and Gaming on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
For instance: when you connect a speaker to the iPhone via the dock, you can play music to the speaker, however, when you pair a Bluetooth headset to the iPhone, the music will stop playing through the dock and will play through the headset.
When Apple introduced iOS 4 it brought Bluetooth keyboard support to iOS devices, but older model iPod Touches were not supported. With Bluetooth Service Manager you can enable it.
You can find the Bluetooth Service Manager Cydia application through the BigBoss repo for free! Let us know what you think of Bluetooth Service Manager in the comments section below…