Did you tried the macro tool? I’ve found another adapter that’s readily available that should work for this intended purpose. However, it looks like this may be a good alternative to the cheap ebay dongles since there’s really no telling what you’re getting when you buy from there. I suggest you to by a Bluecore4-rom dongle because it’s just cheaper. Vous pouvez aussi vous abonner sans commenter.
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Regardless, I’ll give it a try once it’s here and report back. Cambridge Silicon Radio 10 Even though i can’t change the bluetooth device address, i tried everything, but it’s always stuck, even tried hciconfig hci0 reset method i read somewhere else.
I ran it with sudo. Do you know how I can programmatically create keyevents that Sixemugui will respond to? Did you tried the macro tool? Did you run the bdaddr command with sudo? Vous pouvez aussi vous abonner sans commenter. Previous Post Previous Joystick support.
Curiously, these dongles seem to have some writable non-volatile memory! I have tried xdotool and the Python module virtkey, but Sixemugui ignores my simulated keyevents. I suggest you to by a Bluecore4-rom dongle because it’s just cheaper. You can check the chip version with following command: How can you check if it’s the real deal?
Even though i can’t change the bluetooth device address, i tried everything, but it’s always stuck, even tried hciconfig hci0 reset method i read somewhere else. Therefore, a dongle advertised as a CSR dongle with bluetooth 2. However, your suggestion to configure mapping from the virtual device worked perfectly. I am using Ubuntu, and the Sixemugui works fine with physical button presses.
Be careful, it seems some sellers are retailing old bluecore1 dongles as CSR dongles with bluetooth 2. But some people told me that the bdaddr of their Bluecore4-ROM bluetooth dongle can be modified permanently….
I went one step further and actually emailed IO Crest’s customer support and asked specifically which bluecore version it was. According to what I got back, it’s bluensxt. Skip to content I finally found a compatiblelow price, worldwide available bluetooth dongle. This seems to be a good choice. Newegg advertises it as 2. The key point is that bluecore4 implements bluetooth 2.
There is something wrong, bluecore2-ext doesn’t support EDR… bluecore2-ext should work too, but some bluecore2-ext dongles are reported to generate some lag…. Check the ebay auction and see what was advertised. Your email address will not be published. I want to use a script bash, Perl, Python, or anything to send keyboard keypress events to the Sixemugui.
Looks like I spoke too soon about buying from newegg so that you would know what you were getting. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
BlueCore01a So i guess it’s not changeable, because it’s the wrong chip version, i already contacted the dealer i bought it from the one from ebay, a previous blog post and i asked for a Bluecore2-ext or Bluecore4-ext one, Which one is the best? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. bluebext
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Thank you for your quick response! I finally found a compatiblelow price, worldwide available bluetooth dongle. What console is this software used for?