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[LIST] Known functional Bluetooth devices

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By bonobomidwest, Senior Member on 12th March 2011, 10:17 PM
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28th March 2011, 08:22 PM |#31  
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DEVICE TYPE: A2DP Headphones
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: Sennheiser PX 210 BT
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: less than a foot
FUNTIONALITY: Audio, have not tried built in track forward/back
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS: If you move too far away the sound gets choppy then disconnects.
WORKAROUNDS: None found so far.
REQUIRED APPS: A2DP
COMPATIBLE APPS: have not found anything incompatible
CM7 version: CM7 Nightly 31
KERNEL: [ROM]
QUESTIONS:
 
 
29th March 2011, 05:57 AM |#32  
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DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: cyfi Wireless Sports Speaker Bluetooth
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: less than a foot
FUNTIONALITY: Audio: work - long press built in track forward/back, normal press volume up volume down, pause/play; not work - phone button
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS: If you move too far away the sound gets choppy then disconnects. When using flash video is perfect but wifi connect buffers more
WORKAROUNDS: None - Bluetooth/Wifi Sharing Antenna/CPU/GPU. When they fix Hardware Acceleration for mini-stereo jack use it with speaker docks and use bluetooth only for non-wifi applications or in software fix the functionality of using both. For video playback CM7 needs to fix hardware acceleration.
REQUIRED APPS: A2DP
COMPATIBLE APPS: have not found anything incompatible but wifi buffers a lot with it. Bike holder for this works great. Use with my smaller iPodtouch on bike. It has nice holder to place right next to nook for louder music playback. Sound ok but not great. Bought on woot for $40. Product discontinued but still available (google cyfi). Watch out there is an iPodtouch/iPhone version also that does not use bluetooth although the bluetooth version also works on them.
CM7 version: CM7 Phiremod 5.1
KERNEL: uupdate-CM7-madcat-OC-emmc-032511 and Phiremod 5.1 default
QUESTIONS: Testing phone capabilities? Improving wifi bluetooth with internet applications?
PS: I like it for my bike and using holder next to the color nook. I bought the black model. Does not come with AC adapter so must use 5 volt usb AC converter for charging. Says that it last 6 hours.
30th March 2011, 07:47 PM |#33  
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DEVICE TYPE: GPS Receiver
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: Garmin 10x
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: ~ 3 ft.
FUNTIONALITY: Perfect
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS: None detected so far
REQUIRED APPS: Bluetooth GPS Provider
COMPATIBLE APPS: Copilot USA software, Sygic Aura incompatible (no mock location functionality)
CM7 version: CM7 Video Test Build 3/29
KERNEL: Dalingrin's 3/28 OC
30th March 2011, 07:56 PM |#34  
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DEVICE TYPE: GPS
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: i-Blue 757 Pro Solar
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: 1 - 2 feet
FUNTIONALITY: Works great
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS: None
WORKAROUNDS: Need third party software to make software see GPS
REQUIRED APPS: Bluetooth GPS Service
COMPATIBLE APPS: Google Maps, Google Navigation, CoPilot Live
QUESTIONS: None
1st April 2011, 11:29 AM |#35  
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Two additional devices and a question
Nice list so far. Quick question for the group: Has anyone found a way to get the microphone working in any bluetooth device to date? I have gotten the Nook to the point where VOIP calls are functional, but the lack of a microphone is really fustrating the effort.

I'm going to test a Motorola H500 later today, but I have already tested two devices that have a microphone, but only the stereo headset output appears to work:

DEVICE TYPE: Stereo headphones and microphone
DEVICE MODEL NUMBERS AND NAMES: Sony MW600 & Sony HBH-Ds205
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: 3 - 5 feet (without obstructions)
FUNTIONALITY: Both devices work great as stereo headphones with very good sound quality.
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS: Microphone does not work.
WORKAROUNDS: None identified yet.
REQUIRED APPS: Latest CyanogenMod 7 Release Candidate
COMPATIBLE APPS: All applications with audio output.
QUESTIONS: Anyone know of a bluetooth device with a working microphone yet?
4th April 2011, 05:07 AM |#36  
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DEVICE TYPE: ExtGPS with symbian or GPS4Blue with WinMoble6.1 (motorola A3100)
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: winmo phone or symbian phone with GPS
PAIRS: yes
CONNECTS: No
RANGE:unknown
FUNTIONALITY: Does not work
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS:
WORKAROUNDS: not yet found
REQUIRED APPS:
COMPATIBLE APPS:
CM7 Gingerbread/Phiremod v5.2


If anyone has managed to get a WM6 device or a Symbian device to send it's GPS signal to the Nook, I'd love to know how you did it. I spent 3 days trying everything and I think if it could be made to work at this point I could have done it. I'm exhausted from trying. If I ever get it to work I'll post back to this thread.
6th April 2011, 02:02 PM |#37  
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DEVICE TYPE: my car's Bluetooth stereo
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: 2011 Hyundai Sonata
PAIRS: yes
CONNECTS: yes
RANGE: a couple of feet. Audio cuts out when I moved the Nook to the back seat
FUNTIONALITY: Does works fine
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS: range
WORKAROUNDS:
REQUIRED APPS:
COMPATIBLE APPS: stock music player. Grooveshark.
CM7 Gingerbread/Mad Murdock tablet tweaks
7th April 2011, 07:26 AM |#38  
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DEVICE TYPE: Keyboard
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: iGo Stowaway Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard for Smartphones
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: about 2 feet
FUNTIONALITY: Basic
LIMITATIONS: Caps Lock, special function keys, and non-standard keys do not work. Home key brings you back to the main screen, and end key turns off the screen.
REQUIRED APPS: CyanogenMod 7
COMPATIBLE APPS: all text inputs
CM7 VERSION: phiremod V5.3


Sent from my NookColor using Tapatalk
7th April 2011, 09:08 PM |#39  
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DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: iGo Stowaway Ultra-Slim Bluetooth

Man I really wish I had one of those. Its (imo) the perfect bluetooth keyboard for the nook color. If you're looking to sell...

DEVICE TYPE: Keyboard
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: Microsoft 6000 Bluetooth Keyboard
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: about 5 feet (after 2-3 feet, gets bad)
FUNTIONALITY: Basic
LIMITATIONS: Caps Lock, special function keys, and non-standard keys do not work. Escape is the back button and F1 is home.
REQUIRED APPS: CyanogenMod 7
COMPATIBLE APPS: all text inputs
CM7 VERSION: CM7 RC4
10th April 2011, 04:26 PM |#40  
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DEVICE TYPE: Audio Gateway
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: Blackberry bluetooth audio gateway - ASY16130001
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: 1ft max then starts chopping up
FUNTIONALITY: Works brilliantly
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS: range limit is the only issue
WORKAROUNDS: none
REQUIRED APPS: none
COMPATIBLE APPS: Test with slacker streaming from the wifi so at least the wifi doesn't affect the BT stream
CM7 version: CM RC4
KERNEL: Dalingrin's 3/31 OC kernel @ 800mhz

If that range gets tweaked on this, somehow, even if i have to modify the hardware myself, I'd be ridiculously happy with this new toy
13th April 2011, 04:27 AM |#41  
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DEVICE TYPE: Mono headset with mic
DEVICE MODEL NUMBER AND NAME: Motorola H300
PAIRS: Yes
CONNECTS: Yes
RANGE: 2 feet
FUNTIONALITY: Can't get audio to play or Microphone to record
LIMITATIONS AND BUGS: double click headset button and phone options come up on nook then shuts off.
WORKAROUNDS: None found so far.
REQUIRED APPS: can't find any that work
COMPATIBLE APPS: have not found anything
CM7 version: CM7 Stable 4-11-11
KERNEL: [ROM]
QUESTIONS: any advice would be welcomed

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