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Connect usb mouse and bluetooth mouse to ZTE V9???

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Hi guys,

I am so eager and interested in how I can connect a normal usb mouse or a bluetooth one to my ZTE V9 Light. :)

I am using Android 2.2 custom ROM and everything has been perfect. B)

I have tried several times to get my bluetooth (logitech) mouse to my tablet but it has never run. :rolleyes: ;) :D

I turned on bluetooth function from my tab, scanned for devices. It DID FIND my mouse => pair => input with 4 digit 0 0 0 0 => message: "paired but not connected" => nothing happened after that. :(

Has anyone successfully connected a usb/bluetooth mouse/keyboard to your tab? ;)

Please provide me a hint or support! :rolleyes:

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Hi guys,

I am so eager and interested in how I can connect a normal usb mouse or a bluetooth one to my ZTE V9 Light. :)

I am using Android 2.2 custom ROM and everything has been perfect. B)

I have tried several times to get my bluetooth (logitech) mouse to my tablet but it has never run. :rolleyes: ;) :D

I turned on bluetooth function from my tab, scanned for devices. It DID FIND my mouse => pair => input with 4 digit 0 0 0 0 => message: "paired but not connected" => nothing happened after that. :(

Has anyone successfully connected a usb/bluetooth mouse/keyboard to your tab? :(

Please provide me a hint or support! :rolleyes:

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The current bluetooth stack in Android 2.x does not support bluetooth HID devices I believe so I am afraid you may be out of luck.

I'd be happy to be proved wrong ;)

Regards

vk4ari

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Hi guys,

I am so eager and interested in how I can connect a normal usb mouse or a bluetooth one to my ZTE V9 Light. :)

I am using Android 2.2 custom ROM and everything has been perfect. B)

I have tried several times to get my bluetooth (logitech) mouse to my tablet but it has never run. :rolleyes: ;) :D

I turned on bluetooth function from my tab, scanned for devices. It DID FIND my mouse => pair => input with 4 digit 0 0 0 0 => message: "paired but not connected" => nothing happened after that. :(

Has anyone successfully connected a usb/bluetooth mouse/keyboard to your tab? :(

Please provide me a hint or support! :rolleyes:

Hi

The current bluetooth stack in Android 2.x does not support bluetooth HID devices I believe so I am afraid you may be out of luck.

I'd be happy to be proved wrong ;)

Regards

vk4ari

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Thanks for your prompt reply but I can see some specific ROM (rooted and kernel hacked) can let us add drivers so that some devices with Android 2.2 (even 2.0) can use bluetooth or usb mouse => plug and play.

It'll be so great if ZTE V9 Light does the same. I am living in hope...

Hi

The current bluetooth stack in Android 2.x does not support bluetooth HID devices I believe so I am afraid you may be out of luck.

I'd be happy to be proved wrong :)

Regards

vk4ari

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By the way, anybody knows how to enable usb host mode with ZTE V9 Light??????????????????

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You can get a HID bluetooth stack addition on the marketplace. I can confirm that this keyboard:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/252081

Can be made to work, though it seems to lose the pairing when you turn the machine off (not a major prob). You do have to remember to hold down on a text field and change the input mode though...

USB is another matter entirely.

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Thanks Sane,

Actually, I prefer a bluetooth mouse, not so interested in keyboard.

I have installed BlueInput but it just detected my Blue-mouse but no cursor/poiter appeared, hik :)

You can get a HID bluetooth stack addition on the marketplace. I can confirm that this keyboard:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/252081

Can be made to work, though it seems to lose the pairing when you turn the machine off (not a major prob). You do have to remember to hold down on a text field and change the input mode though...

USB is another matter entirely.

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