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Probably a long shot but...is there any chance I could use my old Pharos GPS receiver (Model PT250) with my 3rd gen iPod touch? I tuned on the bluetooth on the touch and then turned on the GPS receiver to see if anything would happen but the touch just keeps searching. A visit to the Pharos web site did not turn up anything.


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Sorry, meant to put this in iPod/iPhone Hardware forum. Can someone move it to the correct forum? I have no clue on the how. Thanks.

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Most likely not, the iPod touch most likely only supports audio through the Bluetooth..and nothing more..

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