firmware+wireless keyboard

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  1. tuxun

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    ccs_hello UDOOer

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    Logitech K410 wireless keyboard. from a PC point of view, is a HID USB keyboard thus it should work.
     
  3. tuxun

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    It does :)
    Maybe the udoo team should indicate keyboards which don't work instead of the working ones?
     
  4. fabio978

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    My cheap wireless keyboard/trackpad is working randomly, it seems it can't "pair" with usb receiver fast enough before OS starts loading.
     
  5. tuxun

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    what keyboard model/builder is it?
     
  6. Alexander Chang

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    Anyone knows if a Bluetooth keyboard(no dongle, direct pair) enters BIOS?
     
  7. itimpi

    itimpi UDOOer

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    I do not believe this is possible as it would require Bluetooth support to be built into the Bios and there is no mention of that anywhere.

    If you really want to use a Bluetooth keyboard for accessing the BIOS then I think the closest you would get is to use something like a Laird 820 dongle running in HID mode as that runs the Bluetooth stack completely on the dongle and the dongle presents itself as if it is a USB keyboard to the host.
     
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