1. justencase6

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    This is a work in progress. It is fully working at the moment. I am thinking about designing a board that can be dropped in with only few connection points. It is a BK3266 module with bluetooth 5.0 i have it setup to switch on the headphone on the switch when it comes on. There is 2 touch buttons on the back one will turn it on and off and the other is for paring.if anyone would like to know anything more ,just ask

     
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    Looks awsome. Great job
    keep going
     
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    Very interesting, I'm looking for a method to add bluetooth support internally myself and this looks like a really competent way of handling it. Looking forward to when/if you make the board for it!
     
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    Wow very nice job man!!

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    This looks really good! Congrats on making it this far.
     
  7. PriMieon

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    I have a question. After the chip is permanently inside the Nintendo switch how are you able to connect Bluetooth headphones to the unit?
    The chip doesn't have the user interface neither do headphones usually.
     
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    i had a switch, it's handheld mode no any sound, but tv mode normal work, i want to know which chip contor sound? thanks in advance
     
  9. Claudiopy4ys

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    Very good job! Congratulations! I have a card like this but bk3266 I still couldn't change the name of the bluetooth network and add a password, I have several and I need to define that each one is unique, so that there is no interference between them. I also have a USB adapter - TTL CH-340, but I don't know what software I can do that for. Can you help me on this issue? Thank you in advance! Sorry for bothering!
     
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    This is pretty awesome!
     
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