porting bluetooth from 3.0 to 2.2.1

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  1. mark1985

    mark1985 New Member

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    hi
    i was wondering, wether it is possible just to "copy" the bluetooth-part of dev-firmware 3.0 to 2.2.1 so we can have bt right now.
    or for how far .xlr8 came to take the bt server from 3.0 and insert it into what they have now?
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    robby10ant New Member

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    i thought of something like this to... why not?

    u would think someone could easily make it possible now that its been unlocked..
  3. mark1985

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    yes i mean it is there just in a newer firmware
    just take it and put it into the older one
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    Exelent idea!!!
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    hate to break it 2 u, but its not that easy. the frameworks willbe totally different, just like with 2.0 and 1.x

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  6. mark1985

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    hmm but isn´t a bluetooth server something hardware-related and not firmware-related? so if they´d copy the btserver and insert it to what they have got so far?
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    hopefully.
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    actually it is firmware related cuz to use it, u have to have the right files in the firmware/device. so basically u have to have the files to use the bluetooth. this is a really good idea though
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    well i don't think so, i mean i you can run it on the 3.0 on a 1g...
  10. mark1985

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    but the 2g HAS a bt chip

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