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Old 11-15-2007, 00:10   #1 (permalink)
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Canon PIXMA printers and alternative Bluetooth dongle


I have great news to people who have Canon PIXMA series printers and would like to use Bluetooth functionality of the printer, but consider buying original dongle (Canon Bluetooth Unit BU-20) a bit expensive ($50 up to $80). I just found out, that Canon PIXMA IP6700d accepts not only the original dongle, but also other Bluetooth dongles (but not all of them). Now I'm using D-link DBT-122 (with stock firmware) and it works perfectly (But you have to use bluetooth extension cable because the dongle does not fit the PictBridge hole - it's just a mm to wide.
I also tried connecting Logitech Bluetooth 2.0 EDR dongle, that was part of DiNovo Media Dekstop 2.0, but this dongle is not accepted and device shows error. I will report findings with other dongles I will have access to.
If you have noticed similar possibility of exchanging specific BT dongles for devices (mostly printers), please report - I'm particularly interested in HP printers that support PictBridge port connected dongles for wireless printing.
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Old 12-18-2007, 22:40   #2 (permalink)
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Another confirmed working dongle: Trust BT-2400p (Ultra Small Bluetooth 2 USB Adapter). This one is particularly interesting, as it fits nearly completely inside the USB slot and still has a LED to inform about activity. This one is CSR-based; VID: 0A12, PID: 0001
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Canon Pixma MP630 work vith Trust BT dongle BT2100p.
Spare 50 - 80 euro

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Old 11-23-2009, 22:49   #4 (permalink)
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And Canon Pixma MP540 works with Digitus DN-3018 Bluetooth dongle. This dongle is also very intersesting since it is a class 1 adapter and costs only 10 euro in Germany. A USB extension cable is needed because this dongle does not fit in the PictBridge hole either. I use a cable of 30 cm (0.85 euro).
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confirmed - Trust BT-2400p

The Trust BT-2400p works perfectly on my Canon iP6220d. These are available on Amazon for $11.95. I plugged it in and it was instantly recognized - just follow the manual for the rest of the setup procedure. Thanks to "jakubd" for the info!
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No more Trust BT-2400p to buy

Hi all,

I'm reopening this old topic. Is there an alternative bluetooth adapter that we can find in the market? For example, did you try the new Trust dongles?
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Hi all,

I'm reopening this old topic. Is there an alternative bluetooth adapter that we can find in the market? For example, did you try the new Trust dongles?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trust-Ultra-.../dp/B0012RDB9M
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Old 12-16-2014, 18:03   #8 (permalink)
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hi guys, i have cannon prixma ip1300, is rechargue tinte?
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