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Thread: GigaBlue UHD Quad 4K & USB Bluetooth dongle

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    GigaBlue UHD Quad 4K & USB Bluetooth dongle

    Hi guys,
    I have the a GigaBlue UHD Quad 4K box and I just purchased an unbranded USB Bluetooth dongle the has the Broadcom BCM20702 chipset.
    Please is there anyone that can guide me on how to install it properly?
    I am using the Openvix 6.1.004 image.
    Thanks

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    Hello!
    Someone in another forum instructed me to do this:

    via Telnet or Open WebIF Terminal:
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    opkg update
    opkg install bluetoothsetup-gb7252
    reboot
    After restarting: -> Menu -> Settings -> Operation & Interface -> Bluetooth Setup

    - Search with blue and then depending on the audio device 1. or 2.
    - then connect with green

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    However it's seems that the above works only for OPENATV 6.4, but not on OpenVIX 6.1.
    In fact, as you may see from the attached screenshot, there is a problem with the command "opkg install bluetoothsetup-gb7252".

    Screenshot 2022-04-13 at 22.11.46.jpg

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    Please is anyone who can kindly help to install the Bluetooth dongle drivers on Openvix?
    I've no idea how to do fix it.
    Thanks in advance :-)

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    I did have a search according to 5.2 git log https://www.openvix.co.uk/feeds/open...5.2/oe-git.log



    [GigaBlue|gb7252] update drivers - Improved zap speed if using DVB-CI - Fixed Misc in DVB-CI - Fixed Misc in OSD
    [GigaBlue|gb7252] update bluetoothsetup.inc
    [GigaBlue|gb7252] update chromium - Fixed Misc in HID
    [GigaBlue|gb7252] update bluetooth - add missed update for bluetoothsetup
    [GigaBlue|gb7252] update bluetooth - Fixed AutoAudioConnect in A2DP - Added HID - Added BLE RCU

    so not sure what has happened perhaps not updated to python 3

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    Thanks Urie! I appreciate that.
    Yeah it's a kind of weird issue.

    I do not want to mess up with my clean and perfectly working image.
    So please, is there any developer who can tell me if installing the following plug-in (from drivers) extrahw-bluetooth (1.0-r0) will make the Broadcom BCM20702 dongle working?
    Thanks :-)

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    Take an image backup before you start, you can then try anything you like out, and re-flash back to before if it doesn't work.

    Your GB already has some bluetooth features built in ... "2 x Audio PiP over BT (Bluetooth)"
    Last edited by ccs; 17-04-22 at 09:18.

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    Thanks ccs, good idea. I will do that

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