Bluetooth 2.0.USB Adapter DFU

Category: Bluetooth
Manufacturer: Bluetooth
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.33Mb
Operating System: Windows 98/Me/2000/X
Latest Version / Release Date: v2.31 / 01 Aug 2006

Windows device driver information for Bluetooth 2.0.USB Adapter DFU

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) is a privately held, nonprofit trade association founded in September 1998. The Bluetooth SIG itself does not make, manufacture or sell Bluetooth enabled products. The SIG member companies are leaders in the telecommunications, computing, automotive, music, apparel, industrial automation, and network industries. SIG members drive development of Bluetooth wireless technology, implement and market the technology in their products. The main tasks of the Bluetooth SIG are to publish Bluetooth specifications, administer the qualification program, protect the Bluetooth trademarks, and spread Bluetooth wireless technology.

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The USB adapter connects USB-port devices to non-USB-port devices. A USB adapter usually has a USB cable on one end and a non-USB cable on the other end. Just plug the correct end into the correct port, and you can overcome what would seem to be an insurmountable problem. The USB adapter solves that problem for you. Another common kind of USB adapter these days is one that connects an iPod or other MP3 player to its power charger. A portable music player will likely have not a USB port, but rather some kind of serial port. This is where the USB adapter comes in handy. The cable that comes with the music player will have the serial cable on one end and a USB cable on the other end. The charger device that connects to an electrical outlet will have a USB port, into which you can plug the charging cable in order to juice up the music player. In this case, the charging device itself is the USB adapter. You can also find a USB adapter that works with wireless devices. A keyboard, mouse or headset can be connected to your computer using a dongle that plugs into a USB port on the computer but doesn't need to connect to anything on the other side. This might not sound like the same sort of USB adapter as the ones described above, but it is a USB adapter in that it connects a USB port with a non-USB-port device. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Bluetooth 2.0.USB Adapter DFU errors before installing any driver updates.