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I was curious if it was possible to use a Logitech bluetooth keyboard for android 4.0+ with Ubuntu on Nexus 7?

I was able to connect the keyboard regularly with the GUI, the pin worked, so I would assume it is a matter of changing the default text input. I searched all of the settings I could find without finding any such option.

Any help would be appreciated, if this is not possible feel free to say so and close this thread.

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Currently, bluetooth is not quite working on the image yet, so this won't be possible yet.

Here's the bug: #1070770 bluetoothd dies with glibc malloc memory corruption when used with brcm_patchram

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thank you for the quick answer! – user101764 Oct 28 '12 at 22:17

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