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After spending four hours installing, uninstalling drivers, messing with settings and pretty much trying out the same old methods four hundred message boards have posted, I finally got it to work. I updated the bios drivers (which Dell said I didn't need to). They were only a month newer than the computer itself. I believe it reset something that perhaps ...


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As per Microsoft's official community ,it would be resolved by any one of the following : a)Device status might be not valid & b)update the driver with manufacturer Steps to check device status and updating device drivers were : Method 1: a) Press Windows key + X, select Device manager. b) Expand the “Bluetooth” section to locate the ...


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If it says "Currently Connected" however the mouse is obviously not operational, then you have probably disabled "Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer" in the properties of Microsoft Bluetooth Stack. It prevents newly attached devices - and not just newly paired devices - from connecting to Bluetooth host-level protocols, while the connection ...


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Just had the same problem. One of the office keyboard kept asking to pair with one of the iMac which has never been paired with that keyboard. It had a very low batteries. Once the batteries has been replaced problem stopped.


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I uninstalled the device's driver software (even though it's the latest) and rebooted. Windows automatically installed the device and installed the driver with my intervention and it worked.


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The way Bluetooth devices search, pair, and connect to other devices is DEFINATELY standardized -- It's called "Bluetooth". What you are seeing is different Bluetooth implementations/drivers with different User Interfaces. UI's will never be standardized fully, as copying a competitor's UI icon-for-icon, click-for-click is a good way to get sued for ...


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You can download third-party software like mHotspot and make your Ethernet connection a hotspot. Or you can download other software like PDANet for Windows and PDANet+ for Windows and connect over USB, or Bluetooth. But you will need to pay for PDANet and PDANet+.


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Found the culprit, The speed cap happened because the phone was connected to a Wi-Fi AP (effectively acting as Wifi repeater, but via BT). Perhaps something to do with the Wi-fi and BT uses same radio module, thus the speed limitation. I can get decent throughput when tethering using 3G.


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Think I know how it works. When you pair a device it shows up as a /dev/tty.something mapping and when you unpair the file disappears again. I assume it's the same as a hard drive mount where you create a mount point and have to unmount the drive when done. Please correct me if I am wrong.


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Glass does not currently support AD2P Audio for incoming bluetooth connections, so it won't play music or any audio coming from your mac (same for any other bluetooth devices)


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Not without both devices supporting any functionality like that. It may be possible that your tablet / laptop as if it were a native drive, but the device would have to support it, and it would have to support the drivers on both devices, so it seems unlikely. Bluetooth does support the Object Exchange (OBEX) protocol, but not all bluetooth stacks or ...


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It works perfectly with Ubuntu 12.04. I tested it with USB and with the nano receiver.



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