The dongle draws a good amount of current, so you may want to try it with a powered USB hub that’s what I’m doing. For reference I am running Raspian Wheezy. I’m wondering if people had any issues using it with Arch Linux? Select all iw list. I see errors like this in the startup log:
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Once installed all devices are recognised properly on startup and no special action is required before using them – well the keyboard usually requires a couple of taps to wakeup at the initial login prompt, but nothing other than that.
Select all iw list. I see errors like this in the startup log: Compatible with Windows All you need to do is connect the device to your computer make sure to connect it directly to a USB port directly on your computer, do not use HUBs or USB slots on keyboards or other peripherals and configure your Bluetooth settings manager found in the System Preferences of your Mac computer.
If you upgraded to Windows 10 from a previous version of Windows, you may need to first remove the old Bluetooth driver, then plug in BTA and allow Windows 10 to install its own driver. And specifically, what do I need to do to get the rpi to see it? I’m using this in a powered hub. High Speed USB 2.
However, I’d love to be able to have both wifi and bluetooth at the same time using the Cirago. Looks like mine is not good enough. When I first tried it with a recommended power supply, the system was flaky. For reference I am running Raspian Wheezy.
Then insert the dongle and Windows 10 will automatically install its own driver. Using a powered hub solves my problems. I have gone through about a dozen so called guides, ciragoo none have any reference as to what to do when the rpi doesn’t see the adaptor. For those of you that got it working, what did you use?
All other Windows versions: Then i just found out.
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How do I install drivers for it? I’d rather use that over Raspbian.
Select all Linux raspberrypi 3. I got mine from here http: It runs the raspi but the usb dongle did not work.
Hey All, I just wanted to add that I purchased the Cirago BTA which looks to be the same just rebranded as the dongle listed above in this thread. The product is plug and play, ready to go right out of the box.
Do not install dongle’s driver. Wifi worked out-of-the-box with Raspbian Wheezy and Raspbmc.
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Compatible with Mac OS: The bluetooth worked with Raspbian once bluetooth, bluez-utils, and blueman were installed. Any help would be appreciated, wifi is the last thing on my to-do list to get all this up and running.
I’d recommend both a USB keyboard and mouse at hand when first getting devices paired – they may not actually be required, but I still found them helpful.
What is in the box? Board index All times are UTC. The dongle draws a good amount of current, so you may want to try it with a powered USB hub that’s what I’m doing. Have others experienced this? Broadcom Corporation 15 Features: