I just did this last night and it worked!
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After that I just followed your instructions and it works perfectly. Luckily it had the right chipset! Worked beautifully with zero deviation from the instructions. Much obliged! I was editing the Info. So make sure you navigate through to the Plugins folder to find the correct Info. Do the Handsoff and Airdrop working now on your iMac without further modification of the hardware??? Awesome thanks man! I searched google by device ID happened to have exactly what you did I guess.
Awesome post, very clear step by step walk trough. With this post i got a Belkin Bluetooth dongle to work on my mac Pro 1. Now i can use my track pad and keyboard. Someone should give you a medal. I wanted to ask anyone here. Thanks for the help! Now, the problem I have is that I need to open the BE and select it as active device every time I reboot.
Any advice? I tried all the normal resets and whatnot to get the wifi to connect with no luck. It only went downhill from there. I kept trying to connect and no computer in my entire house would connect to the wifi. Finally, I reset the Mac, for about the 3rd time, after resetting my routers, etc. No problem there, but still not connecting. I went to sleep, woke up and tried again. The wifi was working again, so I then ran the utility and reloaded Yosemite. After a few hours, I was in business with my restored hard drive and no loss of info!
Hi everybody. First of all great post. I would suggest you to try using that dongle with another machine if you have one in hand.
Still better be safe and try t again with another notebook or desktop. Hi Ken, Thank you for this. I purchased the iogear 4. Can you please confirm these steps are correct? I copied the entire folder of IOBluetoothFamily. I added the lines of text and saved and then ran the kext utility with that file. Do you know why that would happen? I copy and pasted it into the Contents folder and restart, however still not recognized under system information USB tree.
Thanks for your help. Ken, I got it to work by simply using Kext Utility to install the kext file that you provided. I just dragged your file from my downloads folder and it worked. Thank you very much. Would this make Airdrop work in iMacs, Airdrop shows in Finder after install as before but nothing to click.
I have not rebooted yet. The question is will it make Airdrop work and will the dongle become the default bluetooth hardware. Afraid to reboot but I am going to try it. Some has said it may work. My track pad is connected using the Dongle. I used the Hardwaretools for Xcode 6. But no success with the Airdrop on iMac. There must be a compelling reason why Apple is going out of their way to prevent this mechanism to work. Apple suggests replacing the airport card — which is a pain. Have you tried those continuity activation tools to enable handover or airdrop?
For this you need a developer account which, to my best knowledge is still free to aquire. Perhaps the author of this fine how-to will be so kind to update it with this information and maybe even upload the Bluetooth Explorer app right here, for the convenience of the future readers.ebtesam-k.com/includes/iphone-spy/spy-software-ios-10.php
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Without BE one cannot select the controller, rendering the dongle unusable. I now have a different problem — having upgraded to El Capitan it stopped working. Initially I thought that I would need to edit the kext again. However, I realised that the good news is that the info. Unfortunately, although I can see the dongle in Bluetooth Explorer, when I try to activate it it just turns off Bluetooth. I have a old Macmini with a core duo 2. Set the instruction and download use the sample edited kext file in this page and finally drag to kext utility, working on this, repaire permissions, close the app and restard.
What version of OS X are you using? I cannot search the dongle with the bluetooth explorer selector. Hi, Thanks a lot for this very useful and instructive post. I have a Magic Mouse 1 and a Mac Pro 3. The mouse worked really fine with your script until Capitan Then I updated to Most of all, when I try to select the Broadcom chip in BLE Apple chip selected by default , it asks for my admin password, then return to the Apple chip by default, and desactivate BT.
So the mouse has a very erratic behavior, disconnecting and reconnecting from time to time. SMC, nvram restarts with startup button or terminal are useful. Any suggestions or ideas? And the Broadcom chip is well recognized in System informations. Tried again to install the kext from my desktop. Update 2: Start up after trying to installe kext file: Mouse anymore, until another solution: Last for today: Means that it should be recognized??
On SnowLeopard MacPro 4. On Mavericks MacPro 4. Did I miss something here? I am running a Mac Book Pro late with Yosemite. Any help from anyone? Was your onboard Bluetooth working before? Which USB dongle are you using?
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Hi Ken, great stuff. But, there are a ton listed. You can probably try to edit this one: Could you specify which one? There are Sierra As for the Vendor ID, 0x0a5c is in integer. What to do next? I have Mac Mini Mid. But I have 2 problems: But with the dongle the Magic Trackpad 2 connect for a momment, but then the connection was lost and I was no able to move the mouse pointer. I was doing something wrong or the Magic Trackpad 2 was no able to work with Lion and Mac Mini of ?
Thanks for your post. I follow this steps and I was able to configure USB dongle, and I can connect the trackpad with the internal bluetooth of my Mac Mini of or with the dongle but the problem is that my Magic Trackpad 2 works equals between the two modes with or without the dongle: Are there any additional step or any way to configure a Magic Trackpad 2 in a Mac Mini of with Lion Any idea about how to get the drivers of the Trackpad 2 from The Capitan and use in Lion?
Is it possible to change any kext or something to emulate the Trackpad 2 as Trackpad 1? Try the one from my dropbox. Any idea how I could get this dongle working on my iMac running Any help would be great!
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Hi Ken, I also have a Macbook Pro mid Any idea if using the IOGear still works? Do you still need to install a a patch, or will it work out of the box? Is there any way to activate it? I am looking for a dongle to implement bluetooth 4. Apparently all the dongle i ve bought and tried were only supporting windows and not mac systems. Could anyone help me with this? Do you think it will work on my macbook pro? Hi again Ken! I assumed that having bluetooth 4. Any idea for this? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
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If you find hits stating that a custom kernel can activate USB host mode, then your device will not work unless you have that specific custom ROM. Use the app 'USB host viewer' to find out if your Android device is seen by Linux the actual operating system that Android runs on top of. If your USB audio device is not see by this app, it means that Linux does not see it and hence Android or the app cannot use it. The reason can be a cable or power problem or missing USB host mode.
If the app does see it and Android does not see the device, then your Android device is misconfigured: Only rooting your device and running the app 'USB host check' and pressing the 'Fix' button can solve it. Make sure your USB device is class-compliant: Check if your device has a Rockchip processor.
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SB Play! Only and Hz. If it was already on USB, cycle again. Then start the app. Try before you buy! Supports DSD. Lindy USB adaptor Part no. Some NI6's only work correctly at Hz. To enter class compliant mode, please watch this video: Resets the Galaxy Tab 3 8" when connecting, even with a powered hub in between! Alesis Multimix8 USB2. Android 3. Using an Asus USB adaptor directly on the tablet, all is fine. Google is said to solve this issue. One Seems to work on Android 4. Huawei devices are one of the most troublesome devices, some not working at all, some only playing back. Needs 'USB tweak 1' enabled in any case.
G Pad II 8. Seems to work with DragonFly Red though. Galaxy Tab 4 Galaxy Tab S 8. Perhaps it needs a powered usb hub? USB host was taken out of the Android configuration, may need root to fix. Mate 10 Recognizes the DAC, but cannot play. A common thing under all the latest Huawei phones unfortunately. Works perfectly however with Blue Snowball mic XPeria Ray Some say it works, some don't. Zopo C3 Only playback?
ZTE Blade A Multichannel devices usually record properly, but playback may sound distorted, depending on the speed of your Android device. Powered hub required and probably doesn't do simultaneous playback and recording using Audio Evolution Mobile. Contrary to their marketing, this often needs a powered USB hub, otherwise issues arise when selecting a next track or seeking. Needs a recent Android device, otherwise there can be problems with a delay in starting recording. Ours works perfectly, but there have been reports of people getting twice as slow recordings.
Try the free trial on www. Needs external power when it needs to give phantom power. Needs firmware 2. Although some people have it working, there are a lot of problems and complaints about this device, so please try the free trial first. When using the USB port on the keyboard dock, noise is introduced.