Hi. I am trying to connect my ipod touch to my Macbook through bluetooth. Both are set to 'discoverable' and in settings>bluetooth on the ipod touch I find under 'devices' indeed the name of my Macbook. So that's good. However, when I then click on the name of my computer, on the ipod toch, it shows the loading circle and then goes back to saying "not connected". So I tried it the other way. On the Macbook, I clicked "Set Up Bluetooth Device.." and then clicked on "any device", as the ipod touch is not in the options list (which is weird?). The ipod touch indeed does get found, but is registered as a headset S). Okay, I continue... I am asked to enter a password. I do so. Indeed I get a screen on my ipod touch which asks me to enter the same password so the devices can connect to each other. I do that...and the ipod touch goes back to the bluetooth screen, which says "not connected" for my macbook, and on my Macbook it says "there were no supported services found on your device". So basically I don't think I'm doing anything wrong. I THOUGHT, for example, I could use the bluetooth between my ipod touch and Macbook to wirelessly sync my contacts, for example, or my calendars etc. Is that at all possible then? Can anyone tell me what I may have done wrong? Thanks in advance. PS my ipod touch is not hacked or anything, so it can't be that.