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Hi Jah,

After searching a little bit, i saw a lot of people recommending the TRENDnet Advanced Bluetooth Adapter TBW-104UB, the only problem is that its a little expensive;



Im using a "Micro Bluetooth Dongle" from China, its very cheap, but i dont recommend it because was very difficult to make it work. But if you wanna try, its look like this:



It work booth on Linux (i already tested it by myself on Ubuntu 9.04) and Windows (read this: http://www.wiimoteproject.com/bluetooth-and-connectivity-help-center/micro-bluetooth-dongle/ )

Cheers my friend  :D

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Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: Micro Bluetooth Dongle
« on: May 09, 2009, 09:57:10 PM »
After reading all this:

http://www.wiili.org/forum/can-only-set-led--vibrate-functions-(no-buttons-movement)-t3260-s28.html

I found a stupid fix. Took out the battery for 20 seconds, put it back in. Then, i used the sync button instead of the 1+2, and it work!!

I think its a bug or something! Using the same bluetooth stack and anything like before, its working right now!

Im so happy!!  :D

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Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: Micro Bluetooth Dongle
« on: May 09, 2009, 07:50:54 PM »
up

(?)

 :'(

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Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: Micro Bluetooth Dongle
« on: May 08, 2009, 12:41:24 PM »
Hey benpaddlejones, thanks for the reply, i really appreciate!  :D

Its very strange, the connection is good. Take a look at this:



Every time i push a button in the Wiimote, the "Bluetooh Connection Status" change the "Received" activity, so i think that connection is working, right?




But when i go to GlovePie, and hit the button "Detect Input" on GUI, it dont recognize the wiimote event  :'(

What do you think? Have you seen any similar issue around?

Cheers



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Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: Micro Bluetooth Dongle
« on: May 07, 2009, 10:48:39 PM »
*Edit.

With GlovePie, i can rumble it by pressing Shift and control the LEDs with "Wiimote.LedX = true/false", but thats all!

If I try somethins like:

Key.CapsLock = Wiimote1.A

It dont work  :'(

I saw on the Self Help Guide, "2. Check that: You don't have logitech". I have a Logitech's keyboard and a wireless mouse, but got no Logitech software installed. I just plug in play them to use.

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Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Micro Bluetooth Dongle
« on: May 07, 2009, 10:36:10 PM »
Hey guys,

Sorry about my english in the first place, its terrible  :-X I'll try to post this correctly

I just bought a Micro Bluetooth Dongle, like this picture below:



It works absolutely fine on Ubuntu 9.04. I'm using it with XBMC and wiimote, its amazing! :D

But right now, im trying to use it with wiimote on Windows, and i'm stuck!  :-X I almost try anything that i found on google. I did try to use it with the Windows Bluetooth stack, i already installed BlueSoleil and Widcomm drives, but nothing works so far.

I can send or receive pictures from my mobile, and for this purpose, its working great. But, when i try to use with wiimote, the connection is good (in all three tests with BlueSoleil, Widcomm, etc), but all i can do is turn on the LEDs with GlovePie. Nothing else works, accelerometer, buttons, nothing!!  :(

Here's some screenshots that might help understand what im saying;



you can see that WiinRemote is active and it can recognize the wiimote, but nothing works.

If i try to use GlovePie, and run any *.PIE files, all i've got is some results with the LEDs, nothing else.



I had try this on Windows Vista Ultimate and Windows XP SP2. I'm very disappointing with Windows right now. This dongle works fine on Linux, every single thing in wiimote works just great.

But I really want to use it on Windows (for games, etc).

I really need your help guys, is there something i could do? Maybe a procedure that i forgot?


Cheers from Brasil!  ;D


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