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HID Input Device Support

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Is there a patch to get HID input devices work with MoDaCo ROMs on an Optimus Speed 2X P990?

Normally any ROM with 2.3.5, 2.3.6 or 2.3.7 (i tried it with SuperOSR) has this support but unfortunately MoDaCo not.

Can I do something else to get it work for MoDaCo ROM?

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only ICS and cyanogenmod support it, and cyanogenmod has problems with many BT mice.

LG didn't see the need for it, so they removed support.

and almost every rom out there is just a modification of LG's roms

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There are more than these. There are MIUI, Gueste, Stick and others where it works, but they have got an other problem: The Gravity Sensor does not work correcly (you can try it with "Cracy Snowboard") and FM-Radio is not available, too. MoDaCo has both: A working Sensor and FM-Radio but unfortunately no Bluetooth HID Input Suppport.

One other where HID and Sensors work correcly is SuperOSR but also without FM Radio :-(

only ICS and cyanogenmod support it, and cyanogenmod has problems with many BT mice.

LG didn't see the need for it, so they removed support.

and almost every rom out there is just a modification of LG's roms

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There are more than these. There are MIUI, Gueste, Stick and others where it works, but they have got an other problem: The Gravity Sensor does not work correcly (you can try it with "Cracy Snowboard") and FM-Radio is not available, too. MoDaCo has both: A working Sensor and FM-Radio but unfortunately no Bluetooth HID Input Suppport.

One other where HID and Sensors work correcly is SuperOSR but also without FM Radio :-(

Ehm...nowadays cm7 supports FM radio, fixed gravity sensor and also a2dp...don't now about human interfaces

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Now I've tried CM7 204+ -> No Gravity-Fix!!

Which CM do You prefer?

Is there a possibility to contact Paul to make a Patch for HID-Suppport?

Maybe he can take a look how others (like SuperOSR or CyanogenMod) make HID work?

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