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If installed remotely, send message saying "Ringer on", and that will trigger the ringer to turn on.
This might not work with 3rd party messaging apps, such as Google Voice.
Some Samsung phones have a widget built into the notification bar that allows you to toggle settings (powerbar widget notifications), however this is only available on those phones. If you want this just for Bluetooth, then this is the application you need.
You simply have to swipe down the notification bar from within any app, including internet, market, pandora, etc, and you can just tap the notification and you will toggle your bluetooth. Much better than applications that sit on your home screen, because you don't have to be on your homescreen to toggle this one!
Reasons this is better than a homescreen toggle:
1. You can do it from anywhere, not just your homescreen
2. You can see easily on the top of the screen if bluetooth is on or off (different image based on what state it is in)
3. Mimics custom UI designed for samsung phones
If you like this, you can also get Wifi Powerbar, which does the same thing with wifi!
Lets say you are about to turn on your bluetooth headset, but your bluetooth isn't on. Well, just swipe down the notification bar, and in two clicks it is on.
There simply isn't a way to get access to wifi, bluetooth, gps and airplane mode faster. A notification bar sits on the top of your phone, and once you enter the app all of the services are one click away. Instead of having to navigate androids annoying layered settings menu, you can get all the important stuff in one screen.
The second primary focus is saving your battery. Keeping services like bluetooth/gps/wifi on while you're not using them is a drain on your battery. If you had one screen to turn all of them off, you will turn all of them off more often. So if you're done using any of these, as mentioned earlier, they're all two clicks away.
As well as giving you easy access to turn on/off these settings, there are also shortcuts to go directly to the settings menu for each of them. In order to quickly pair a bluetooth headset, or connect to a wifi network, all from the main screen.
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