I got a low cost tablet (MP MAN MP2000 (Model id : MP948 / Build ID : IML74K / Device : crane-MID9741-sc3052) running Android 4.0.3 (core : 3.0.8+)
This tablet don't have built-in Bluetooth, but I really want this feature.
I bought a USB Bluetooth dongle (Sitecom CN-523) which is natively compatible with Linux.
So I plug it on my tablet but unfortunately it's not working.
I installed "USB Host Diagnostics v1.3" and the result is :
ANDROID API Claims support > Yes Classes found > Yes Device detected > Yes ROOTED API Claims support > Yes Device detected > Yes KERNEL Claims support > Yes Device detected > Yes VERDICT OS support > Yes 3rd party apps > Full
I also saw many files and folder "Bluetooth" in /sys and /system (such "/system/etc/bluetooth", "/sys/module/bluetooth", etc...) I don't know if it's a hint (o.O )
I tried some apps to get acces to the Bluetooth settings screen (which is hidden of course), but the Settings "apps" crash.
Did you have any ideas about how to get it enable ? (maybe build.prop or another system files to edit ?)
Thank you for listening
(And sorry for my bad english ( ^_^ ) ... )