Ever want to disable the A2DP profile on your iPhone?
When you connect your speaker to your iPhone via the dock, you can play music to your Speaker, however, when you pair your Bluetooth headset to your iPhone, your music will not play through the dock anymore. The music will play through the headset.
But you may want to use the headset to make phone calls only, and play music through the dock.
Now you can disable the A2DP service with Bluetooth service manager.
iOS 4 brings Bluetooth keyboard support to iOS devices, but the old iPod touches are not supported. Now you can use Bluetooth service manager to enable it.
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Click on image below to launch Cydia and install this tweak. (iOS devices only).