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Dear Customer, Thank you for your interest in our BTD-300 Bluetooth Adapter. Yes, our adapter is compatible with Ubuntu. Please contact us at support@kinivo.com if you have any additional questions. Thank you, Kinivo Product Support Email: support@kinivo.com Toll Free: 1-855-4Kinivo (1-855-454-6486) Live Chat: http://support.kinivo.com (Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm Pacific)
Sep 26, 2013 by Kinivo Product Support
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Yes, I had no problem using it connect a PS3 controller to my PC. You will need a third party controller driver like MotioninJoy to configure the connection. Hope this answered your question!
Sep 18, 2013 by Stephen Redden
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raspberry pi Nov 18, 2013
Dear Customer, Thank you for your question in regards to Kinivo BTD-300. We can confirm that the BTD-300 Bluetooth Dongle can be used with Rasperry Pi. More information regarding a Raspberry Pi can be found at the following link: http://www.raspberrypi.org/ Please let us know if you have any further questions. Thank you, Kinivo Product Support Email: support@kinivo.com Toll Free: 1-855-4Kinivo (1-855-454-6486) Live Chat: http://support.kinivo.com (Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm Pacific)
Nov 19, 2013 by Kinivo Product Support
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Dear Customer, Thank you for your question regarding the BTD-300 Bluetooth adapter. The BTD-300 and other Bluetooth adapters cannot be used to wake a Mac OS X computer as the USB power is turned off while in sleep mode. The option will be greyed out in the Bluetooth settings. It is not possible without a built-in adapter. Please contact us at support@kinivo.com if you have any further questions. Thank you, Kinivo Product Support Email : support@kinivo.com Live chat : http://support.kinivo.com | Mon-Fri: 9AM - 5PM PST
Aug 23, 2013 by Kinivo Product Support
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Yes it should work. This adapter is compatible with older bluetooth technology. You would need to install software on the laptop to communicate with your bluetooth enabled PDA. There is a step-by-step tutorial at this address: http://kb.hpwebos.com/wps/portal/kb/na/tungsten/e2/unlocked/solutions/article/13950_en.html.
Sep 10, 2013 by JM
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Yes. I've had keyboard, trackpad, and headphones all working at once. Not as good as a built-in blue-tooth chip, but definitely usable.
26 days ago by C. Moore
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I will assume that the wireless speakers you have are Bluetooth, although you didn't specify. There are other types of wireless speakers. And I will assume that your computer is running Windows XP or later, since the model of the computer itself means nothing in this case... it's the operating system that is important. In a nutshell, the minimum requirements are as follows: Windows XP or later USB 1.1 or 2.0 Bluetooth device using Bluetooth 2.0, 2.1, 3.0 or 3.0+HS Class 2 (will not support Bluetooth 4.0 - use item No. BTD-400 instead) The effective range is 30ft. but that is reduced by any obstacles, such as walls, furniture, appliances, etc. So as you can see, the answer to your question depends on a number of things. However, if your computer and speakers meet the minimum requirements, and as long as the computer and speakers are only one room - maybe two rooms - apart, you should be just fine. I can have my computer in my bedroom upstairs playing my music, and use my Bluetooth headphones one floor down and two rooms away and it works just fine. If I stray any farther away than that, the signal breaks up and eventually my headphones give up and disconnect. Depending on how far away your speakers are from the computer, you can play with the placement of the speakers in the room to get a better signal.
Nov 22, 2013 by A. Garrison
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Dear Customer, Thank you for your question regarding our BTD-300 Bluetooth 3.0 USB adapter. Com ports are automatically added when pairing a Bluetooth serial communications device, or they can be added manually. If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact us at support@kinivo.com. Thank you, Kinivo Product Support Email: support@kinivo.com Toll Free: 1-855-4Kinivo (1-855-454-6486) Live Chat: http://support.kinivo.com (Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm Pacific)
Mar 19, 2015 by Kinivo Product Support
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Yes you can. Just install this device and connect it to your speakers. To connect to them, go to 'devices and printers' and then 'add a device' (This is for Windows) and select the device you want to connect to. Then start playing some music! You may have to change your sound settings if your computer already has other speakers it uses.
Nov 12, 2014 by Bosh
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I'm almost positive it won't because you have to install the software on your computer to use the USB Bluetooth. It would be impossible to install the software in your car sterio. So I would say don't get this if you are trying to do that. But they do sell Bluetooth adapters specifically for car sterios. Search on google for a Bluetooth adapter for YOUR sterio and you should have a wide selection of different adapters.
Feb 9, 2013 by nate
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