On 11/8/07, Jimmie James <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have a Broadcom BCM92035DGROM dongle, and this is what I'm seeing.
> I'm assuming it's not supported, (from the handbook: The Broadcom
> BCM2033 chip based Bluetooth devices are supported via the ubtbcmfw(4)
> and ng_ubt(4) drivers)
> Is there anyone that's gotten this model to work, or is it an exercise
> in futility?
first of all, i doubt that BCM92035 is using 2033 chip. i think it is
uses different (2035?) chip.
it also appears that this particular dongle may need to use special
non-standard initialization sequence.
can you please check vendor id/product id pair for your dongle (use usbdevs(8)).
1) if it is (0x0a5c, 0x200a) then you could try to comment out "reset"
command in /etc/rc.d/bluetooth
2) if it is (x0a5c, 0x2009) then you out of luck - this device needs
special non-standard initialization sequence. ng_ubt(4) currently does
not support that. if i can get this dongle into my hands i can fix
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