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List of Working Bluetooth Devices

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Summary

This page is for lists of working and non-working bluetooth devices. It is a compatability list for the wiimote. Note! Many non-working adapters might work if you use a different Bluetooth stack. If you find an adapter only works with a particular bluetooth stack that it doesn't come with, list it under working with a link to the bluetooth stack to download.

Note, GlovePIE 0.26 now contains a menu item called "Troubleshooter > Bluetooth Fix" which may fix the problems with some drivers that are currently listed as not working.

Wiimote Tutorial -- Tutorial for the widcomm stack

Working Bluetooth Devices

  • ES-388 Bluetooth USB Adapter (doesn't appear to have a brand name). Comes with an old version of BlueSoleil that does not seem to work, but the current 2.3 version works great.
  • Swann USB Bluetooth adapter (1.1). Comes with old version of BlueSoleil drivers, can download new version. Both old and new versions work fine, except both reboot computer if you try to read wiimote serial (Serial number is disabled in GlovePIE 0.24 for this reason).
  • All internal Bluetooth Cards in Apple computers (MacBook, Mac Mini, iMac, etc.)
  • CompUSA brand USB dongle using BlueTooth version 1.2 and using the default Toshiba stack.
  • IOGear USB dongle model GBU211 using default stack (BlueTooth version 1.2) (2.0 doesn't work with Blue Soleil, and does not work with the default stack)
  • IOGear Model GBU221 (NOT to be confused with GBU211) BT version 2.0 (GBU211 is version 1.2) using default MS stack, and will not connect to BlueSoleil. Works in GlovePIE 0.26 with the "TroubleShooter > Bluetooth Fix" menu. Works in MiiTransfer. Works under Linux. Uses same chipset as Wii's BT board (BCM2045)
  • MSI Star Key 2.0 USB Bluetooth 2.0 Transceiver (BlueTooth 2.0, using widcomm bluetooth stack, available on msi's web page)
  • MSI BToes Bluetooth 1.2 using BlueSoleil
  • MSI BToes 2.0 using BlueSoleil.
  • MSI pc2pc using BlueSoleil (VID : 0A5C / PID : 200A)
  • D-Link DBT-120 (B3 or B4) using BlueSoleil stack.
  • Dell TrueMobile Bluetooth Modules (Standard issue included with many Dell Laptops) Latitude D820 has onboard module that works best with BlueSoleil
  • Dell Wireless 355 Module with Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR Technology (WIDCOMM, tested on a Dell Inspiron E1705)
  • Targus USB Bluetooth adapter (BlueTooth 2.0, Widcomm bluetooth stack)
  • Tecom USB Dongle "Bluetooth USB EDR Dongle BT3034" (BT v. 2.0 ) (after days and days of work and reconfig. i managed to get it to work fully. will update with exact stack etc..but its the widcomm drivers..)
  • Zoom 4320AF using BlueSoleil stack.
  • Zoom 4310 using Toshiba (v 3.03.13) stack.
  • Delock USB Bluetooth adapter (Uses widcomm bluetooth stack)
  • SiteCom cn502 stack Widcomm and cn521 stack Toshiba
  • Kensington Bluetooth dongle (model 33348) using WIDCOMM stack - (see Discussion page for troubleshooting)
  • Trust Bluetooth 2.0 EDR USB Adapter BT-2100p (using Toshiba stack 4.00.35 included or BlueSoleil)
  • Trust Bluetooth 2.0 EDR USB Adapter BT-2200Tp (using both WIDCOMM and BlueSoleil)
  • Belkin Bluetooth USB Adaptor F8T001 v2 (using BlueSoleil, WIDCOMM untested)
  • Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter F8T009
  • Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter F8T012uk
  • Bus 001 Device 048: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)
  • ENCORE ENUBT-C1E USB 2.0 Bluetooth Adapter (BlueSoleil - Comes with Dongle)
  • Silicon Wave Internal Bluetooth (Toshiba stack)
  • JustCom 1.1/1.2/2.0 BTD1-6300E, (wrong VID listed), Cambridge Silicon Radio, comes with Toshiba stack (works with Microsoft and Toshiba)
  • Sony Vaio SZ2, TX2 internal Bluetooth (Toshiba)
  • BlueSynchrOne COM ONE 1 Bluetooth Dongle USB
  • ISSC Bluetooth Device with included BlueSoleil 1.6 drivers
  • Motorola MPT 3.0 BT USB - Works with latest Bluesoleil. Not tested with included BT stack.
  • Mikomi Bluetooth v1.2 Adapter BC03RUT1-01. Works with the included Bluesoleil 1.6 Stack.
  • Logitech MX Bluetooth Mouse/Keyboard combo (dongle m/n:c-uv35) - WIDCOMM
  • Logitech MX5000 Bluetooth Mouse/Keyboard combo (dongle m/n:c-uv35) - WIDCOMM
  • TrendNet TBW-101UB (BlueSoleil)
  • TrendNet TBW-104UB (BlueSoleil)
  • Dell Bluetooth USB Reciever Mouse/Keyboard combo (same as Logitech Mouse/Keyboard above)
  • Kensington 33085CA with included Widcomm driver. Working with WIDCOMM tutorial above.
  • Hewlett-Packard BT450 with included Widcomm driver. Working with WIDCOMM tutorial above.
  • HP Compaq nc6120 integrated Bluetooth module. Working with Microsoft stack, does not work with original drivers (Widcomm stack).
  • Cables Unlimited Bluetooth Adapter with BlueSoleil driver.
  • Integrated System Solution Corp. KY-BT100 Bluetooth Adapter USB2.0 (Debian-Kernel 2.6.18/bluez, WMD)
  • Acer BT-700 Bluetooth USB 1.1 Dongle (Works with the newest BlueSoleil version)
  • Fake "Billionton Class 1" (is really Silicon Wave). LED is centered, red and flashes. Hardware IDs: USB\Vid_0c10&Pid_0000&Rev_1500 The 'antenna' is fake. Works with Microsoft, Bluesolil (came with, works with latest) and Widcomm stacks.
  • IBM Thinkpad Integrated Bluetooth II (X31 series, maybe more) - WIDCOMM v5
  • Conceptronic CBT100U with BlueSoleil driver.
  • Laser AO-USBBD using the latest BlueSoleil driver. Download from BlueSoleil website.

Non-Working Bluetooth Devices

  • Microsoft Wireless Transceiver for Bluetooth 2.0 (BlueTooth version 2.0 using Microsoft Stack)
  • Anycom 'Blue 200/250' (links with Wiimote and receives data packets but nothing else. BlueSoleil drivers won't even see this dongle)
  • Quatech BTA-B01U (Broadcom chip w/antenna bundled with Widcomm stack) Recognized Wiimote but won't pair, and BlueSoliel won't recognize the dongle.
  • IBM Thinkpad A31p Integrated Bluetooth, Software version 1.4.2 (based on Widcomm or MS Stack ?), Recognizes Wiimote but won't pair, not tested with BlueSoleil
  • Digicom Palladio 100M with Widcomm 5.1.0.1100 driver. Finds RLV and HID but is unable to finish pairing, bytes sent (1), bytes received (5).
  • Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter F8T013xx1, F8T012 (links with Wiimote and receives data packets but nothing else, BlueSoleil won't recognize the dongle, microsoft stack works but only partially (only led and rumble nothing else.))

Unknown-Working Bluetooth Devices

  • Made-in-China brand. "BT2.0" VID=0A12 (Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd) PID=0001. Comes with Extended Systems XTNDConnect Blue Manager. Driver: Windigo Systems, PBTUSB02C2 Bluetooth, csrbc01.sys (see discussion page)
  • Billionton, Cambridge Silicon Radio, Hardware Ids USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0001&Rev_0525, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0001 worked with bluesoleil's trial drivers using GlovePIE and WiinRemote, but could not get it to work using MS Bluetooth and widcomm 1.4.2 build 10. widcomm 1.4.2 build 10 drivers discovered the wiimote and hid service and displayed packets being sent and received when using GlovePIE and WiinRemote, but GlovePIE and WiinRemote couldn't seem to work with the controller? Still trying.



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