Moto X 2014 Trusted Bluetooth Wearables

silverdemon

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I am looking for a list of devices that can function as a trusted device for the Moto X or Lollipop. As it stands I know that most fitness trackers, for example Jawbone Up24 or Up3 (confirmed with Jawbone support), do not function as trusted devices due to the way they connect to the phone through the app. Doe anyone know of a list of devices? I have searched the interwebs with no luck of such a list. Additionally, I am not really interested in a smartwatch at this point.
 

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Re: Trusted Bluetooth Wearables

Not aware of any list, but I suspect that they would have to be devices that have a constant connection, like a smartwatch or Bluetooth headset. I was discussing this with another member who wanted to use a Nexus 7 to be the Nexus 5's trusted device. They paired, but they can't be used as trusted devices, and I think it is because the pairing is primarily for file transfers on demand. One thing I didn't test was if another phone or tablet being used to tether via Bluetooth might count as a trusted device, since there is a constant connection in that case.
 

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Re: Trusted Bluetooth Wearables

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