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Plugable USB Bluetooth Adapter: Solving HFP/HSP and A2DP Profile Issues on Linux

EDITOR’S NOTE: While this firmware can still be loaded according to the instructions in this blog post, there is another problem affecting the HSP/HFP profiles in Linux distributions that use Bluez version 5.x, from which HSP/HFP support has been removed. There are various ways around this limitation, but a recent survey of the most recent […]

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Using the Plugable USB-BT4LE Bluetooth Adapter with the Raspberry Pi

UPDATE: This blog post was written for an earlier version of Raspian. For Jessie, the current version, please see this blog post. . Using a Bluetooth adapter with your Raspberry Pi opens up a whole new world of possibilities. You can connect a Bluetooth keyboard a mouse, send music to Bluetooth headphones or music receiver, […]

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Troubleshooting the Plugable USB-BT4LE Bluetooth Adapter in Windows

EDITOR’S NOTE: This page is now deprecated. Please see our new basic troubleshooting page and advanced troubleshooting page. Plugable’s USB-BT4LE Bluetooth 4.0 USB adapter offers a wide range of possibilities for expanding the usefulness of your computer. You can listen through headphones, connect a Bluetooth keyboard or mouse, transfer photos from your smart phone, and […]

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Easy Way to Use Bluetooth to Exchange Files with Your Phone in Windows – Fsquirt Guide

Exchanging files with your phone through Bluetooth in Windows 7 and above is not straightforward, and a number of users have contacted the Plugable support team looking for an easy way to do this. Fortunately, these versions of Windows come preinstalled with a program called “fsquirt” that fulfills this need. Here is how to use […]

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