I want to use a script bash, Perl, Python, or anything to send keyboard keypress events to the Sixemugui. Was it advertised as a CSR dongle? However, your suggestion to configure mapping from the virtual device worked perfectly. 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. What console is this software used for?
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Was it advertised as a CSR dongle? This dongle is available on ebay: The key point is that bluecore4 implements bluetooth 2. And i really appreciate your effor, i’ll post some feedback right away! Yes, I tried the macro tool, but my understanding is that I still have to press a physical key to start the macro, so that wasn’t what I was looking for. I suggest you to by a Bluecore4-rom dongle because it’s just cheaper. How can you check if it’s the real deal?
What console is this software used for? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I went one step further and actually emailed IO Crest’s customer support and asked specifically which bluecore version it was. This GIMX is wery interesting! 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.
Therefore, a dongle advertised as a CSR dongle with bluetooth 2. Your email address will not be published. I finally found a compatiblelow price, worldwide available bluetooth bluenezt. I have tried xdotool and the Python module virtkey, but Sixemugui ignores my simulated keyevents. Do you know how I can bluuenext create keyevents that Sixemugui will respond to? Bluecore2-ext and bluecore4-ext are not so easy to find now.
Did you tried the macro tool?
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What command gives you this error message? I am using Ubuntu, and the Sixemugui works fine with physical button presses. I ran it with sudo.
Thank you for your quick response! 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…. 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?
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. You can check the chip version with following command: Be careful, it seems some sellers are retailing old bluecore1 dongles as CSR dongles with bluetooth 2.
Newegg advertises it as 2.
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Mine should be here tomorrow, and I’ll let everyone blhenext for sure. You have to configure mapping for events from this virtual device. Regardless, I’ll give it a try once it’s here and report back. Looks like I spoke too soon about buying from newegg so that you would know what you were getting.
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What console is this software used for? I’ve found another adapter that’s readily available that should work for this intended purpose. This seems to be a good choice. Vous pouvez aussi vous abonner sans commenter.