guys can i have more information on what kernel/image you were using at the time?
mine has stock kernel i guess, and CM7 (latest nightly they released)
i did the steps. did have to get root to write to bt_pin tho.
and nothing works.
trying to connect a nexus 5. nothing shows up when i disable bluetooth on the N1 still on the dock.
Success! some more information.
to read the original pin, not really usefull, you have to implement the interface on the kernel. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7...invalid-length
There is a setting "fast connect" under bluetooth, that must be off.
and it only worked for me after:
1. N1 on dock
2. bluetooth on
3. set pin to 0000 (i used terminal emulator. and i have to `su` before i can write the file)
4. turn bluetooth off
5. set pin to 0000 again.
only after i set the pin AFTER bluetooth off, i was able to see the bt_addr device on the N5.
also one caveat to pay attention. i tried setting the pin AFTER removing the phone from the dock. after that i can't pair it even with the N1. but it resolved after a reboot (thankfully /sys is read only that is why i try setting the pin before turning bt off. may not be necessary, but doesn't hurt and i was trying to avoid yet another reboot...
thanks everyone for this thread
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