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Bluetooth security issues?
How would you turn on/off the bluetooth settings for the drive itself without it having it's own interface?
It seems to me that it would have to always be on and in discover mode.
Maybe it just comes that way untill you connect it for the first time and assign it a password from the remote device it's conecting to?
Any ideas/opinions anyone?
its a cool concept though
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, then you would have read the following:
"Software to hook the d...
Also, I'm curious when handsets are goi...