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I got inspired by the Apple Keyboard and Magic Trackpad on Nexus 7 video, but until I'll get my hands on a Nexus 7, I'm still proud of my good old Nexus S.

Now, I did turn on my Bluetooth, put both the Magic Trackpad and the Wireless Keyboard discoverable, scanned for new devices, but I cannot see them. If it makes any difference, I'm running Jelly Bean v4.1.2, so I'm hoping it's not the same story as in the similar question regarding Android 2.3.5.

Is there a need for an extra application, or what's the way to get control over your Nexus S through your Apple bluetooth peripherals?

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