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    i dont think they are not needed anymore nowadays...since more new laptops have bt now

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    I use something call "Blue Soleil" bt dongle. It was 5 shipped. Its from a site in hong kong but reliable nonetheless. Speed was a bit slower then the USB DK2 cable.

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    i just got this freakin cheap BT dongle with BT V. 2.0+EDR for about U$5... it is supposed to replace my old MSI dongle, but having some difficulty having it run on my desktop, i have to remove older bt drivers... just dont have the time now to configure this...
    i use my cellphones too much, my brains are fried...



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    Quote Originally Posted by thehuydog
    I use something call "Blue Soleil" bt dongle. It was 5 shipped. Its from a site in hong kong but reliable nonetheless. Speed was a bit slower then the USB DK2 cable.
    can u pm me the seller name pls? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by friedbrains
    i just got this freakin cheap BT dongle with BT V. 2.0+EDR for about U$5... it is supposed to replace my old MSI dongle, but having some difficulty having it run on my desktop, i have to remove older bt drivers... just dont have the time now to configure this...
    Use the Widcomm drivers

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    Quote Originally Posted by friedbrains
    i just got this freakin cheap BT dongle with BT V. 2.0+EDR for about U$5... it is supposed to replace my old MSI dongle, but having some difficulty having it run on my desktop, i have to remove older bt drivers... just dont have the time now to configure this...
    friedbrains,

    I just bought yesterday, the MSI BToes 2.0 EDR gongle and I haven't had a problem installing it on my laptop. One must read the instruction file that came with the software fully because it have many features to offer.

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    ^ thanks for all the advice, but i just dont have the time now to work on this...

    for some reason as well, my bt drivers are not listed on the "Add/Remove Programs" of the Control Panel, which could have been easier, hence i cant just remvoe them that easy, i think i have to goto the registry...

    but then i think i have already replaced my widcomm drivers with the latest windows bt stack, which by the way is working great (i was very surprised), anyways i still have my old MSI BToes with BT 1.1 and it still works great, its just that it wont support multiple connection (reason why i want to replace it)

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    used the BT on my LG T1...works great

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    Beware! BT Dongle Antenna Is A Fake!

    Ok, many of you have probably see or has this BT dongle





    Now some of you have probably bought this because it has an "Antenna" which means better coverage compared to those dongles that don not have an antenna. Well we have been had, because what looks like an "Antenna" is not an antenna at all. See the picture below, when I opened the dongle.




    That thing which looks like a piece of spaghetti is the "inside" antenna, and is the only antenna of this BT dongle. It does not connect to the "outside" antenna, and that so called antenna is just a piece of plastic.

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    inteeesting...

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    thanks! good day...

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