Originally Posted by m.solimando
No the name doesn't pop up. Also is there anyway to permenantly shut off the Bluetooth audio it's starting to be a pain having to shut off the adp2 everytime.
Taken from external source. Must have Jailbroken phone
Howto disable A2DP on the iPhone
The first directory that is interesting is the /var/mobile/Library/Preferences, where the iPhone stores the BlueTooth settings. These settings are stored in the PLIST format, so you need a PLIST editor (Mac or PC) or you need to convert them by hand. Transfer the com.apple.MobileBluetooth.services.plist andcom.apple.MobileBluetooth.devices.plist to your computer.
Use this file to disable the A2DPService. Open it and look for the A2DPService/State key. Set it to NO and delete any device that is in the history.
When you open this file, you’ll see all the devices that have been connected to your iPhone. Scan through all of them and if the RoleA2DP is set to ‘Supported’, then change it to ‘Unsupported’. Do this for all devices.
Transfer the PLIST files back to your iPhone and reboot the device. Once it gets back on, then the A2DP service should be disabled.
Get rid of A2DP the easy way
If the description above is too complicated and you just want to get rid of A2DP, then there is an easier option. Connect to your iPhone using SSH and remove the /Library/Audio/Plug-ins/HAL/BTAudioHALPlugIn.pdev directory and reboot your iPhone. This will get rid of A2DP from the audio stack.
I'm going to give this a shot