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I've downloaded this app that turns your tablet into a bluetooth keyboard and mouse for a PS3. The only problem lies into unsupported Bluetooth Stacks Implementation. The app itself tells you to try a CM rom....

Also, has anyone found a work around for the ps3 to recognize our device
 
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I've downloaded this app that turns your tablet into a bluetooth keyboard and mouse for a PS3. The only problem lies into unsupported Bluetooth Stacks Implementation. The app itself tells you to try a CM rom....

Also, has anyone found a work around for the ps3 to recognize our device
No, are you talking about BluePutDroid? It doesnt work on any device with 4.2+. Not a device problem but rather its the developer's app he hasnt updated it in 2 years

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Yes, and I didn't even bother to check that out either
 
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Yes, and I didn't even bother to check that out either
Sarcasm. Well, not something you can really do, unless you mod the app code.

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No, are you talking about BluePutDroid? It doesnt work on any device with 4.2+. Not a device problem but rather its the developer's app he hasnt updated it in 2 years

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It may also be that 4.2+ versions of Android have removed "Pinless pairing" from most parts of the Bluetooth stack, which is why we can't pair game controllers like the Wii Remote or PS3 controller anymore. The reverse may be the case that the method being used by the app doesn't exist anymore in Android 4.2 and newer.
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