Use iBluenova for Bluetooth File Sharing on Jailbroken iPhone and iPod Touch

iBluetooth is finally making its return to jailbroken iPhone and iPod Touch with firmware 3.0 and above with a new name – iBluenova. The first beta release has gone out to private beta testers and it shouldn’t be long before it’s released to the public. Using iBluenova, you can transfer files via Bluetooth on your iPhone or iPod Touch to another device using Bluetooth. This actually makes Bluetooth much more useful than it is on the iPhone because Apple has crippled its functionality.


You can transfer music, movies, pictures (in the iPod library) and other files between an iPhone and another device. iBluenova has an easy to use built in file manager that lets you manage files. It also works with native copy/paste in the iPhone OS. If you use iFile, the best file manager for jailbroken iPhones, you’ll be able to send files using Bluetooth from within iFile. This really makes it a must have application for all jailbroken iDevices.

We’ll let you know as soon as the app is available for public downloads. To use iBluenova, you’ll need a jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch. Check out our excellent guide on how to jailbreak iPod Touch OS 3.0 with blackra1n.

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