For a temporary fix try the following..
Either using terminal sudo nano or copy the plist to desktop and copy it back will do.
Go to /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVerison.plist
Change 10.7 > 10.6.8, 11A511 > 10K450
This will "trick" the page to think that you are on SL.
Remember to backup the plist and REMEMBER to change it back to lion after using it.
If not you'll find a lot of application crashing.
Proceed with care.
David here from Jawbone. We're working hard on an update to support OS X Lion. I'll write back to this thread when it is launched. Sorry about the inconvenience.
I would caution you about using the suggested solution above, particularly if you have a Jawbone ERA. We have noticed that Lion treats USB devices a little bit differently than previous OS X versions have, and these differences can affect firmware updates on ERA.
Thanks for the comments and we'll get Lion support out soon.
i downloaded the actual version of mytalk.
after updating my jambox i can't hear any music over my bluetooth connection.
if i try to connect the jambox with my mac book pro i get a "bluetooth connection error".
i have re-paired the jambox after updating.
is there an idea why i can't connect to the jambox?
An update is now available on MyTALK which provides full OS X Lion support.
Thanks very much for your patience.
Let me know if you have any additional questions or issues-
Paskopf, I'm happy to help you offline, but I don't believe your issue is tied to your MyTALK update.
First thing I'd do is make sure your phone isn't stealing your Jambox's connection. I've anecdotally heard that Lion may occasionally show a device as connected or available, even when it's actually not. To make sure this isn't happening, you can turn off your phone's bluetooth or use your phone's bluetooth menu to disconnect from your Jambox.
If that does not remedy your situation, you can always re-pair the Jambox and Mac. To do this, go to your Bluetooth menu and Open Bluetooth settings, then remove the Jambox from the list of devices (using the minus button on bottom-left of the dialog box). Then put your Jambox into pairing mode (by holding up the power switch) and add a device to the Bluetooth list (click the plus button, choose your Jambox).
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