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(An adapter with the same VID, PID and Revision is already on the table, with the same test results. Also reverted the changes in the table header)
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=== Advanced usage ===
 
=== Advanced usage ===
 
==== Sync button hotkey ====
 
==== Sync button hotkey ====
It is possible to use the "Press Sync Button" hotkey as an alternative to the buttons in the controller configuration dialog.  
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It is possible to use the "Press Sync Button" hotkey as an alternative to the buttons in the controller configuration dialog.
  
You will need to map "Press Sync Button" to a key or combination of keys. This can be done within Dolphin by left clicking on the "Hotkey Settings" tab under "Options" to bring up the appropriate configuration menu. You must then left click on the "Wii and Wii Remote" tab and left click on the box for "Press Sync Button" to map this hotkey.  
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You will need to map "Press Sync Button" to a key or combination of keys. This can be done within Dolphin by left clicking on the "Hotkey Settings" tab under "Options" to bring up the appropriate configuration menu. You must then left click on the "Wii and Wii Remote" tab and left click on the box for "Press Sync Button" to map this hotkey.
  
 
"Press Sync Button" is designed to work just like the Wii's red sync button:
 
"Press Sync Button" is designed to work just like the Wii's red sync button:
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* Holding the hotkey for 10 seconds will clear all saved pairings.
 
* Holding the hotkey for 10 seconds will clear all saved pairings.
  
==== Forcing a specific adapter ====  
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==== Forcing a specific adapter ====
 
If you need to use a specific adapter, instead of using the first Bluetooth adapter that is found, you can force Dolphin to use it by editing Dolphin's configuration file (Config/Dolphin.ini). In the BluetoothPassthrough section, set "VID" and "PID" to your adapter's vendor ID and product ID (that you previously converted from hex to decimal).
 
If you need to use a specific adapter, instead of using the first Bluetooth adapter that is found, you can force Dolphin to use it by editing Dolphin's configuration file (Config/Dolphin.ini). In the BluetoothPassthrough section, set "VID" and "PID" to your adapter's vendor ID and product ID (that you previously converted from hex to decimal).
  
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! Adapter
 
! Adapter
 
! <abbr title="Vendor Identification">VID</abbr> !! <abbr title="Product Identification">PID</abbr> !! Revision
 
! <abbr title="Vendor Identification">VID</abbr> !! <abbr title="Product Identification">PID</abbr> !! Revision
! Works?  
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! Works?
! Stable?  
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! Stable?
 
! Remembers pairings?
 
! Remembers pairings?
 
! Audio
 
! Audio
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| Asus BT-211
 
| Asus BT-211
 
| ? || ? || ?
 
| ? || ? || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| ?  
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| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
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| bgcolor="#faa" | Asus BT-400 (BCM20702A0)
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | Asus BT-400 (BCM20702A0)
 
| 0B05 || 17CB || ?
 
| 0B05 || 17CB || ?
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Forced driver <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[5]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[5]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DJ83070?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Asus BT-400 (BCM20702A0)]
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DJ83070?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Asus BT-400 (BCM20702A0)]
 
| 0B05 || 17CF || ?
 
| 0B05 || 17CF || ?
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Forced driver <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[6]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[6]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[4]]]</sup>
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[4]]]</sup>
 
| Good
 
| Good
 
| Very long
 
| Very long
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| bgcolor="#fda" |Atheros AR3012 (AR9462)
 
| bgcolor="#fda" |Atheros AR3012 (AR9462)
 
| 0CF3 || 3004 || 0001
 
| 0CF3 || 3004 || 0001
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[7]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[7]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Atheros AR9462
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Atheros AR9462
 
| 0B05 || 17D0 || 0001
 
| 0B05 || 17D0 || 0001
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#afa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003765X38?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Azio BTD-V201]
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003765X38?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Azio BTD-V201]
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || ?
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JAZGSXY?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Azio BTD-V401]
 
| [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JAZGSXY?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Azio BTD-V401]
 
| ? || ? || ?
 
| ? || ? || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| ?  
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| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
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| Billionth Systems, Inc GUBTCR42I (Class 2)
 
| Billionth Systems, Inc GUBTCR42I (Class 2)
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || ?
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || ?
| ?  
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| ?
| ?  
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| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
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| bgcolor="#fda" | CSL BSN23996
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | CSL BSN23996
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8891
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8891
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[5]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[5]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#fda" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HRZCDEG?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 CSR 8510 A10 (Generic)]
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HRZCDEG?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 CSR 8510 A10 (Generic)]
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8891
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8891
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[5]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[5]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[3]]]</sup>
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[3]]]</sup>
 
| Good
 
| Good
 
| Long
 
| Long
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| bgcolor="#fda" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0169O12UC?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Orico Bta408 (BCM20702A0)]
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0169O12UC?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Orico Bta408 (BCM20702A0)]
 
| 0A5C || 21EC || ?
 
| 0A5C || 21EC || ?
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Forced driver <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[6]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[6]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#faa" | CSR Generic Bluetooth Edr Mini Nova E Blue 2.1
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | CSR Generic Bluetooth Edr Mini Nova E Blue 2.1
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || ?
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Foxconn T77H348.02 (AR9462)
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | Foxconn T77H348.02 (AR9462)
 
| 0489 || E04E || 0001
 
| 0489 || E04E || 0001
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[2]]]</sup>
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[2]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#faa" | Generic Adapter
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | Generic Adapter
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 3164
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 3164
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#faa" | No  
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| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00F85ZPIY?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 GMYLE Ultra-Mini USB CSR4.0]
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00F85ZPIY?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 GMYLE Ultra-Mini USB CSR4.0]
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8891
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8891
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[2]]]</sup>  
+
| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[2]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| Average
 
| Average
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260
 
| 8087 || 07DC || 0001
 
| 8087 || 07DC || 0001
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#afa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0018O9JIG?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 IOGear GBU421]
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0018O9JIG?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 IOGear GBU421]
 
| 0A5C || 2148 || ?
 
| 0A5C || 2148 || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007GFX0PY?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 IOGear GBU521]
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007GFX0PY?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 IOGear GBU521]
 
| 0A5C || 21E8 || 0112
 
| 0A5C || 21E8 || 0112
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Forced driver <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#fda" | ISSC EDR Bluetooth Adapter
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | ISSC EDR Bluetooth Adapter
 
| 1131 || 1004 || 0373
 
| 1131 || 1004 || 0373
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[8]]]</sup>
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[8]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[3]]]</sup>
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[3]]]</sup>
 
| Short range
 
| Short range
 
| Average
 
| Average
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| bgcolor="#fda" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005Z5HT2M?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Kinivo BTD-300]
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005Z5HT2M?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Kinivo BTD-300]
 
| 0A5C || 2198 || 0391
 
| 0A5C || 2198 || 0391
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
+
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[2]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[2]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Average
 
| Average
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| bgcolor="#afa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007Q45EF4?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Kinivo BTD-400]
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007Q45EF4?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Kinivo BTD-400]
 
| 0A5C || 21E8 || 0112
 
| 0A5C || 21E8 || 0112
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Forced driver <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
+
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Average
 
| Average
 
| Very long
 
| Very long
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| Lenovo X1 Carbon Laptop, built in adapter
 
| Lenovo X1 Carbon Laptop, built in adapter
 
| 8087 || 0A2A || 0001
 
| 8087 || 0A2A || 0001
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
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|-
 
|-
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HZWEB74?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Mayflash DolphinBar]
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HZWEB74?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Mayflash DolphinBar]
| bgcolor="#faa" colspan="8" style="text-align:center" | Not supported  
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| bgcolor="#faa" colspan="8" style="text-align:center" | Not supported
 
|-
 
|-
 
| NoteShip Bluetooth Adapter
 
| NoteShip Bluetooth Adapter
 
| 0A12|| 0001 || 0100
 
| 0A12|| 0001 || 0100
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| ?
 
| ?
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Plugable USB 2.0 Bluetooth Adapter (BCM20702A0)
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | Plugable USB 2.0 Bluetooth Adapter (BCM20702A0)
 
| 0A5C || 21E8 || 0112
 
| 0A5C || 21E8 || 0112
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Forced driver <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[6]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[6]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Qualcomm Atheros QCA61x4A
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | Qualcomm Atheros QCA61x4A
 
| 0B05 || 1825 || 0001
 
| 0B05 || 1825 || 0001
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[6]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[6]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001D8CCYK?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Rocketfish Bluetooth Adapter]
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001D8CCYK?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 Rocketfish Bluetooth Adapter]
 
| 0461 || 4D75 || ?
 
| 0461 || 4D75 || ?
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Forced driver <sup>[[#Notes|[1]]]</sup>
| bgcolor="#faa" | No  
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| bgcolor="#faa" | No
| bgcolor="#faa" | No  
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| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
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| bgcolor="#afa" | [http://www.senanetworks.com/products/industrial_bluetooth/ud100.php Sena UD100 Bluetooth Adapter]
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | [http://www.senanetworks.com/products/industrial_bluetooth/ud100.php Sena UD100 Bluetooth Adapter]
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8241
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8241
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter
 
| bgcolor="#fda" | Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter
 
| 0C10 || 0000 || 1915
 
| 0C10 || 0000 || 1915
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#fda" | Yes <sup>[[#Notes|[5]]]</sup>  
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| bgcolor="#fda" | Limited <sup>[[#Notes|[5]]]</sup>
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| ?
 
| ?
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| [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00F25Z0FS?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 SoundBot SB340]
 
| [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00F25Z0FS?linkCode=wey&tag=dolphin-emu-20 SoundBot SB340]
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || ?
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
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| StarTech.com USBBT1EDR4 (Class 1)
 
| StarTech.com USBBT1EDR4 (Class 1)
 
| ? || ? || ?
 
| ? || ? || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| ?  
+
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| Short range
 
| Short range
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| StarTech.com USBBT2EDR4 (Class 2)
 
| StarTech.com USBBT2EDR4 (Class 2)
 
| ? || ? || ?
 
| ? || ? || ?
| ?  
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| ?
| ?  
+
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
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| bgcolor="#faa" | Trendnet TBW-105UB
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | Trendnet TBW-105UB
 
| ? || ? || ?
 
| ? || ? || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" |Yes  
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| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#faa" | No  
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| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| Garbage
 
| Garbage
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| bgcolor="#faa" | Trendnet TBW-106UB
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | Trendnet TBW-106UB
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8891
 
| 0A12 || 0001 || 8891
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
+
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| ?  
+
| ?
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| bgcolor="#faa" | No
 
| Average
 
| Average
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| bgcolor="#afa" | [http://www.ebay.com/itm/BRAND-NEW-BLUETOOTH-WML-C43-PCB-CIRCUIT-BOARD-FOR-NINTENDO-Wii-VH55-/380860957466 Wii Bluetooth Module (WML-C43, BCM2045)]
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | [http://www.ebay.com/itm/BRAND-NEW-BLUETOOTH-WML-C43-PCB-CIRCUIT-BOARD-FOR-NINTENDO-Wii-VH55-/380860957466 Wii Bluetooth Module (WML-C43, BCM2045)]
 
| 057E || 0305 || ?
 
| 057E || 0305 || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
+
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
+
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| bgcolor="#afa" | [http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wii-OEM-Nintendo-Wii-Bluetooth-BT-Board-J27H002-Replacement-/161905837348 Wii Bluetooth Module (J27H002, BCM2045)]
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | [http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wii-OEM-Nintendo-Wii-Bluetooth-BT-Board-J27H002-Replacement-/161905837348 Wii Bluetooth Module (J27H002, BCM2045)]
 
| 057E || 0305 || ?
 
| 057E || 0305 || ?
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
+
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes  
+
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| bgcolor="#afa" | Yes
 
| Good
 
| Good
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| Wii U Bluetooth Module (BCM20702)
 
| Wii U Bluetooth Module (BCM20702)
 
| ? || ? || ?
 
| ? || ? || ?
| ?  
+
| ?
| ?  
+
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
| ?
 
|}
 
|}
{|class="wikitable sortable"
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| bgcolor="#faa" width="50px" |
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:<span style="background-color:#faa; border:1px solid #aaa;">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</span> '''Not recommended.''' Does not work well and has significant limitations.
| '''Not recommended.''' Does not work well and has significant limitations.  
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:<span style="background-color:#fda; border:1px solid #aaa;">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</span> '''Recommended, in some cases.''' This adapter will work well in most cases, but there may be issues in some "Bluetooth intensive" games.
|-
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:<span style="background-color:#afa; border:1px solid #aaa;">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</span> '''Recommended.''' This adapter will work well in all cases and will give the same experience as a Wii Bluetooth adapter.
| bgcolor="#fda" width="50px" |
 
| '''Recommended, in some cases.''' This adapter will work well in most cases, but there may be issues in some "Bluetooth intensive" games.
 
|-
 
| bgcolor="#afa" width="50px" |
 
| '''Recommended'''. This adapter will work well in all cases and will give the same experience as a Wii Bluetooth adapter.
 
|}
 
  
 
<div id="Notes">
 
<div id="Notes">
<sup>[1]</sup> Needs to [[#No_usable_adapter_found|force Dolphin to use the adapter]]<br>
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'''Initialization'''
<sup>[2]</sup> May stop working after HCI resets (stopping, resetting emulation or going back to the system menu)<br>
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:<sup>[1]</sup> Needs to [[#No_usable_adapter_found|force Dolphin to use the adapter]].
<sup>[3]</sup> Has issues reconnecting multiple Wiimotes<br>
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<sup>[4]</sup> Limited to 1 remote<br>
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'''Stability'''
<sup>[5]</sup> Has issues with games which send a lot of commands (including [[New Super Mario Bros. Wii]] and [[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword]] before you get in game)<br>
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:<sup>[2]</sup> May stop working after HCI resets (stopping, resetting emulation or going back to the system menu).
<sup>[6]</sup> Starts having lag issues after ~30 minutes. Reconnecting the Wii remote is required.<br>
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:<sup>[5]</sup> Has issues with games which send a lot of commands (including [[New Super Mario Bros. Wii]] and [[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword]] before you get in game).
<sup>[7]</sup> May stop working after HCI resets (Windows only, works fine on Linux/macOS)<br>
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:<sup>[6]</sup> Starts having lag issues after ~30 minutes. Reconnecting the Wii remote is required.
<sup>[8]</sup> Randomly stop working on Windows, works fine on Linux/macOS<br>
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:<sup>[7]</sup> May stop working after HCI resets on Windows, works fine on Linux and macOS.
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:<sup>[8]</sup> Randomly stop working on Windows, works fine on Linux and macOS.
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'''Pairings'''
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:<sup>[3]</sup> Has issues reconnecting multiple Wiimotes.
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:<sup>[4]</sup> Limited to 1 remote.
 
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Revision as of 23:53, 6 June 2017

Since 5.0-910, Dolphin has the ability to passthrough a Bluetooth adapter for emulated Wii software. This gives emulated Wii software full control of a Bluetooth adapter, which, provided a decent, working adapter, notably allows pairing Wii Remotes to Dolphin, third-party Wii Remote support, working Wii Remote audio and more accurate connectivity.

Setting up

Linux

A udev rule has to be installed so Dolphin can use a Bluetooth adapter without having to get root privileges.

SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTRS{idVendor}=="YOURVID", ATTRS{idProduct}=="YOURPID", TAG+="uaccess"

Dolphin should be able to automatically unload the USB Bluetooth kernel module (assuming you have permission to; you typically need to be in the plugdev group). If not, unload it with modprobe -r btusb.

Windows

Download and open Zadig, then:

1. In the "Options" menu in Zadig, make sure "List All Devices" is enabled.

2. Look through the devices for the device to passthrough.

3. On the right column, select "libusbk" then click "Replace Driver". Select "Yes" to modify the system driver.

macOS

There is currently no way to use this feature on versions newer than 10.9, because Apple removed the ability to unload the Bluetooth kernel module.

A potential solution would be to force the OS to ignore the adapter with a codeless .kext, but this hasn't been tried yet.

Android

This feature is not supported on Android.

Using passthrough mode in Dolphin

In Dolphin, open the Controller Configuration dialog, then select the "Passthrough a Bluetooth adapter" option in the Wii Remotes section.

While a game is running:

  • Wii Remotes can be synced and paired to Dolphin by using the Sync button.
  • All saved Wii Remote pairings can be reset by using the Reset button. This will also disconnect all currently connected Wii Remotes.

Advanced usage

Sync button hotkey

It is possible to use the "Press Sync Button" hotkey as an alternative to the buttons in the controller configuration dialog.

You will need to map "Press Sync Button" to a key or combination of keys. This can be done within Dolphin by left clicking on the "Hotkey Settings" tab under "Options" to bring up the appropriate configuration menu. You must then left click on the "Wii and Wii Remote" tab and left click on the box for "Press Sync Button" to map this hotkey.

"Press Sync Button" is designed to work just like the Wii's red sync button:

  • Pressing the hotkey will trigger a sync.
  • Holding the hotkey for 10 seconds will clear all saved pairings.

Forcing a specific adapter

If you need to use a specific adapter, instead of using the first Bluetooth adapter that is found, you can force Dolphin to use it by editing Dolphin's configuration file (Config/Dolphin.ini). In the BluetoothPassthrough section, set "VID" and "PID" to your adapter's vendor ID and product ID (that you previously converted from hex to decimal).

Troubleshooting

"Failed to open Bluetooth device: LIBUSB_ERROR_ACCESS"

This error means that Dolphin doesn't have permission to use the Bluetooth adapter.

If on Linux, make sure the udev rule is set up correctly.

"Failed to open Bluetooth device: LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED"

On Windows, this typically means that the libusb/WinUSB driver was not installed for the adapter.

"Failed to detach kernel driver for BT passthrough"

Dolphin tried to automatically unload the Bluetooth USB kernel module and failed to. Unload the module manually before starting a game to avoid this issue.

Wii Remotes do not stay paired after closing the game

This means that your adapter is likely broken and does not remember Wii Remote link keys properly. Use a different adapter to avoid this issue.

This may also happen if your SYSCONF is corrupted or if you changed to a Dolphin version which doesn't have BT passthrough. If your adapter is listed as working with pairing or if you're sure it supports pairings (by having checked the HCI command replies), you can try deleting Wii/shared2/sys/SYSCONF and Wii/btdinf.bak.

Black screen on boot

Games send a reset command to the Bluetooth adapter when they start and wait for it to be acknowledged. If you are getting a black screen for a long time (more than 10 seconds), your adapter may be stuck in a broken state and is unable to respond to any commands. Unplug the adapter and try again.

No usable adapter found

This can happen with some adapters. You'll need to force your adapter to be used.

Limitations

  • The functionality and quality of the connections heavily depend on the quality of the adapter.
  • Even though most adapters work fine in passthrough mode, the only perfect adapter is the Wii's Bluetooth module (so far).
  • Save states can be used with some limitations.
  • Because Bluetooth Passthrough Mode skips Dolphin's emulated Bluetooth and Wii Remote code entirely, it is not possible to mix passthrough mode and emulated/real/hybrid Wii Remote. This means that netplay, TAS input, input display, etc. cannot work.

Adapter test results

Adapter VID PID Revision Works? Stable? Remembers pairings? Audio Range
Asus BT-211  ?  ?  ? Yes  ?  ?  ?  ?
Asus BT-400 (BCM20702A0) 0B05 17CB  ? Forced driver [1] Limited [5] No Good  ?
Asus BT-400 (BCM20702A0) 0B05 17CF  ? Forced driver [1] Limited [6] Limited [4] Good Very long
Atheros AR3012 (AR9462) 0CF3 3004 0001 Yes Limited [7] Yes Good Very long
Atheros AR9462 0B05 17D0 0001 Yes Yes Yes Good Very long
Azio BTD-V201 0A12 0001  ? Yes Yes Yes Good Long
Azio BTD-V401  ?  ?  ? Yes  ?  ?  ? Short
Billionth Systems, Inc GUBTCR42I (Class 2) 0A12 0001  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
CSL BSN23996 0A12 0001 8891 Yes Limited [5] Yes Good Long
CSR 8510 A10 (Generic) 0A12 0001 8891 Yes Limited [5] Limited [3] Good Long
Orico Bta408 (BCM20702A0) 0A5C 21EC  ? Forced driver [1] Limited [6] Yes Good Very long
CSR Generic Bluetooth Edr Mini Nova E Blue 2.1 0A12 0001  ? Yes Yes No Good Average
Foxconn T77H348.02 (AR9462) 0489 E04E 0001 Yes Limited [2] No Good Very long
Generic Adapter 0A12 0001 3164 Yes No No Good  ?
GMYLE Ultra-Mini USB CSR4.0 0A12 0001 8891 Yes Limited [2] No Average Short
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 8087 07DC 0001 Yes Yes Yes Good Long
IOGear GBU421 0A5C 2148  ? Yes Yes Yes Good Long
IOGear GBU521 0A5C 21E8 0112 Forced driver [1] Yes No Good Long
ISSC EDR Bluetooth Adapter 1131 1004 0373 Yes Limited [8] Limited [3] Short range Average
Kinivo BTD-300 0A5C 2198 0391 Yes Limited [2] Yes Average Average
Kinivo BTD-400 0A5C 21E8 0112 Forced driver [1] Yes Yes Average Very long
Lenovo X1 Carbon Laptop, built in adapter 8087 0A2A 0001 Yes Yes  ?  ?  ?
Mayflash DolphinBar Not supported
NoteShip Bluetooth Adapter 0A12 0001 0100 Yes Yes  ?  ?  ?
Plugable USB 2.0 Bluetooth Adapter (BCM20702A0) 0A5C 21E8 0112 Forced driver [1] Limited [6] Yes Good Very long
Qualcomm Atheros QCA61x4A 0B05 1825 0001 Yes Limited [6] Yes Good Very long
Rocketfish Bluetooth Adapter 0461 4D75  ? Forced driver [1] No No  ?  ?
Sena UD100 Bluetooth Adapter 0A12 0001 8241 Yes Yes Yes Good Very long
Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter 0C10 0000 1915 Yes Limited [5] Yes  ?  ?
SoundBot SB340 0A12 0001  ? Yes  ?  ? Good Long
StarTech.com USBBT1EDR4 (Class 1)  ?  ?  ? Yes  ?  ? Short range  ?
StarTech.com USBBT2EDR4 (Class 2)  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
Trendnet TBW-105UB  ?  ?  ? Yes No  ? Garbage  ?
Trendnet TBW-106UB 0A12 0001 8891 Yes  ? No Average  ?
Wii Bluetooth Module (WML-C43, BCM2045) 057E 0305  ? Yes Yes Yes Good Very long
Wii Bluetooth Module (J27H002, BCM2045) 057E 0305  ? Yes Yes Yes Good Very long
Wii U Bluetooth Module (BCM20702)  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?
     Not recommended. Does not work well and has significant limitations.
     Recommended, in some cases. This adapter will work well in most cases, but there may be issues in some "Bluetooth intensive" games.
     Recommended. This adapter will work well in all cases and will give the same experience as a Wii Bluetooth adapter.

Initialization

[1] Needs to force Dolphin to use the adapter.

Stability

[2] May stop working after HCI resets (stopping, resetting emulation or going back to the system menu).
[5] Has issues with games which send a lot of commands (including New Super Mario Bros. Wii and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword before you get in game).
[6] Starts having lag issues after ~30 minutes. Reconnecting the Wii remote is required.
[7] May stop working after HCI resets on Windows, works fine on Linux and macOS.
[8] Randomly stop working on Windows, works fine on Linux and macOS.

Pairings

[3] Has issues reconnecting multiple Wiimotes.
[4] Limited to 1 remote.