Exactly What I was looking for! I use my Droid frequently for navigating with the Google Maps App. Often I then want to turn on the Bluetooth function for use with my "Hands-free" phone in my car. The only way I could do it was to shut down the Navigation option and go to the Home Screen and turn on Bluetooth. With this app (configured to respond to Quick Launch short cut keys) I can turn on (and off) Bluetooth directly within the Navigation App. There is no need to access the App icon directly. What could be easier?
Works Perfectly! A widget that is icon sized and does exactly what I want. It's a toggle switch for the bluetooth radio. Nothing more, nothing less, perfect. With respect to a recent comment, I have no idea why the guy's BT would not reconnect to his device. My hands free reconnected seconds after turning the BT radio back on. Finding this widget made my day.
Wont work Even on the home screen. Even following the directions for placing on the home screen. Those directions btw are completely wrong on the droid 4. Gawd I hate technology. So much promise, zero delivery. Time to join the Amish
Just wasted my space I hate to say it but it did not work on my Prism. Turn OFF is easy but turning ON is not. You still have to pair your device so T-Mobile' screen has a better option, at least for now. Do not take me wrong, my device was paired but sometimes it does not seem to remember the settings.
Great Does what it is supposed to do just like the description states... Pretty happy about it!!! 5/5 fyi ROB... It actually autoconnects but bc of dumbasses like you who dont know how to use it it doesnt help u... Btw... Read the description.. It does what it is supposed to do... You can do that also at taskbar but people are lazy... ;) next time dont even bother commenting this fool
Making the widget show up on ICS With ICS after you download the widget, you have to restart your phone. Then you can go to the widget section & it should show up.