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Bluetooth 1.2 vs 2.0

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My cell phone is Bluetooth 1.2. Can I still pair this with newer 2.0 Bluetooth devices? If I can, will I reap the benefits of the speed and range of the Bluetooth 2.0? Thanks.


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You should be able to use a 2.0 device similar to USB 2.0 devices working on older version USB ports, however its limited to the older slowest specification, with two devices of different versions but still compatible speeds and output will be limited to the slowest/oldest device/interface.
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