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Amilo 1536 has a Bluetooth connector???

Postby Ferlauf » Wed Mar 12, 2008 3:24 pm

Hi!

A few days ago, while I was upgrading my notebook with some extra memory, I noticed that there is one unused 8-pin connector labeled as CN19. Does anyone know what is its purpose? It looks like a bluetooth connector.
I was searching the Internet for days regarding this, but without any luck... How can I check this, since I was unable to find the service manual for this (or any other FSC) model, nor the motherboard scheme?
I hope someone here must be knowing something about this specific connector...

Thank you in advance!
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Re: Amilo 1536 has a Bluetooth connector???

Postby eugene2878 » Mon Apr 21, 2008 8:49 pm

Ferlauf wrote:Hi!

A few days ago, while I was upgrading my notebook with some extra memory, I noticed that there is one unused 8-pin connector labeled as CN19. Does anyone know what is its purpose? It looks like a bluetooth connector.
I was searching the Internet for days regarding this, but without any luck... How can I check this, since I was unable to find the service manual for this (or any other FSC) model, nor the motherboard scheme?
I hope someone here must be knowing something about this specific connector...

Thank you in advance!

yes. It is got one. You can get this module installed, if you can find one. I have one for sale if you are interested.
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Postby bfr » Sun May 11, 2008 10:18 am

Could be something else also since it's a multi-purpose connector, but if it's a bt connector, it's usually wired like this:

1 > +3.3 V
2 > GND
3 > DATA +
4 > DATA -
5 > BLUE LIGHT
6 > NOT USED

You could buy a cheap bluetooth USB adapter(just bought one for 9€, which is something like $13-$15 i think), open it and connect it to the
CN19 with wires. Naturally you will have to measue which pin is 1 and which is 6.

edit: Also note that those adapters usually take 5v, but most models work with 3.3v also.
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