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I still found no solution for the original request, but I found a workaround that works even better for my situation. Turns out all I needed was a USB OTG cable, which allows me to connect USB type A cables (i.e. "normal USB cables") to my mobile device. With this I can connect a wired gamepad to my device. Apparently newer devices usually have the ...


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Note: I have found no solution to use the PC as a bluetooth game pad. This is all workarounds. Streaming games from Android to PC If you have an android device, and you have a game installed on the android device, and you want to control it from the PC... you can use one of many streaming solutions. Ignoring those that require special hardware, and ...


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There is an open source project called Project Ubertooth which can monitor and capture some bluetooth packets - it is a combined hardware/software solution. There is also a pure python library to interact with the same hardware. You can also keep an eye on scapy as the web site indicates that some work on Bluetooth is on the horizon - using the btbb ...


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You're probably looking for Send Anywhere (File Transfer), which is available (according to their description) for Android, iOS, and "PC". As the name suggests, this is not just for sharing files between devices you own, but you can share them with anyone using the app: Hit "Send" (generates a "6-digit one time key (OTK)") Give the key to the receiving ...


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Probably Wireshark could be very useful, nothing escapes you. Since the Wireshark system is large and vast, it deserves an equally large and extensive explanation. So it will not be enough a short example, but I can refer to the official guide (how to capture Bluetooth traffic that is well documented and with patience you can get good results.


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Is there any issue with standard RFID scanners which send scanned information via USB either emulating RS-232 protocol or keyboard? My 2 cents: As far as I understand, everything neede to receive from a scanner is scanned code as sequence of digits – which all scanners send in one of above mentioned forms (or in some other more exotic protocols). in case ...


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It can actually be done witout extra software: In Windows, go to Device Manager, and open the properties of the Bluetooth Adapter installed. The Advanced tab contains a field called Name for the radio information. The default seems to be to use the device name with all caps, which makes it spell each letter out. However, if we just type it up normally, ...


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Unfortunately there is no actualy free Bluetooth drivers. Usualy your dongle should include drivers. If it does not try any Toshiba. Probably it has your dongle's PID/VID and will work in full mode (not in 30 day trial). The other possible solution is WidComm. On Win 7 it works as a MS drivers extention and adds support for HFP and other unsupported by ...


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I got it. Wukong remote and Wukong input perfectly resolves my problem. I have searched tons of remote bluetooth and wifi mouse and keyboard apps, whose server are all built for windows, Mac, or Linux. Wukong is the only one whose server is built for android system, such as smart TV and projector. However, I do not think Wukong input is the exact name ...


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Wireshark can actually do this Wireshark can capture bluetooth packets using something like the Ubertooth One with the Kismet library. You can capture Bluetooth traffic to or from your machine on Linux in Wireshark with libpcap 0.9.6 and later, if the kernel includes the BlueZ Bluetooth stack; starting with the 2.4.6 kernel, the BlueZ stack was ...


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