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Bluetooth Issues: Could they be resolved by modifying a Rom?

27th August 2010, 01:54 AM |#1  
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Greetings fellow Droid Incredible users. I am interested in getting some information on the possibility of us modifying the bluetooth specifically in the Sense version Roms. The reason for this inquiry is I have noticed that wiimote works with Cyanogenmod on my droid incredible confirmed today in testing. It does not on the 2.2 Froyo Sense version. I'd like to keep sense and stock but have the full bluetooth capabilities of Cyanogen. I know this is a specific issue and that loading a non HTC sense rom is a work around. How hard would this be to do? Is it even possible?
thanks for your time and happy modding. Have to say these roms are a blessing.
 
 
27th August 2010, 02:05 AM |#2  
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Might I suggest the 3.21.605.1 RUU leak?

Some people are having doubts as this will be the offial OTA to be released tomorrow, but it is, says the same software verison on the Verizon page.

Bluetooth working peachy for me!
27th August 2010, 02:24 AM |#3  
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I tried the wiimote. No dice. Cook something up and I will be grateful.
27th August 2010, 04:06 AM |#4  
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Might I suggest the 3.21.605.1 RUU leak?

Some people are having doubts as this will be the offial OTA to be released tomorrow, but it is, says the same software verison on the Verizon page.

Bluetooth working peachy for me!

Bluetooth works but doesn't fully support all the things it should like HID and SPP profiles. It's clear there is a difference in the bluetooth packages and I don't understand why.
27th August 2010, 07:57 AM |#5  
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Bluetooth works but doesn't fully support all the things it should like HID and SPP profiles. It's clear there is a difference in the bluetooth packages and I don't understand why.

Well since we are going THAT far lol, I know on HTC's dev website there is the 2.2 Bluez driver that you can take a look at if you have any development background.

http://developer.htc.com
HTC Incredible BlueZ Source Code (Froyo MR)

I wouldn't even know where to begin as far as that goes, hope that points you in the right direction.
27th August 2010, 02:49 PM |#6  
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I appreciate the responses guys. Keep them coming. I will be looking into a possible mod with the latest leak but a modified bluetooth stack to resemble/replicate the full functionality of the Cyanogen mod bluetooth on the Droid Incredible.

This potentially could add more functionality to bluetooth:
Connection to more bluetooth keyboards and other devices
wiimote functionality for emulators
other applications.

Bluetooth SPP and HID profiles are often used in many car types including BMW, Mercedes, Volkswagon, etc. Some people have been posting on the HTC site that they have lots of issues with bluetooth staying paired or even not pairing at all.

I believe we are working with a pre 2.1 Eclair bluetooth stack that HTC never bothered to update. Perhaps this breaks the Sense UI and they don't want to do the coding work for it work. I will continue to look for some answers.
27th August 2010, 04:31 PM |#7  
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My understanding is that there is something in Sense that does not get along with newer stacks.
27th August 2010, 10:44 PM |#8  
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Well how does the Cyanogenmod rom get the bluetooth stack working? Is it a simple file replacement or something complicated?
28th August 2010, 02:28 AM |#9  
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By not using sense. Something in the UI causes the broken bluetooth with the wiimotes.
13th September 2010, 08:43 PM |#10  
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Well how does the Cyanogenmod rom get the bluetooth stack working? Is it a simple file replacement or something complicated?

This is what I am curious about as well.
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