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# 1118 23-Feb-2004 00:38
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because the lame www.trust.com not release the new version, i decided to download BT software. do you know where i can find it? btw there is a patch that make u don't have to have sec. code at http://www.chronos.com.tw/drivers/BTadapter/BTadapter.htm any1 has tried?

i really need update the softw

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# 3784 23-Feb-2004 11:57
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that would be 1.3.2.7 . but hey i did install 1.4.1.0 also but the damn prog says : your device can't not use with this software !!?! so i suppose my version is the last for me, no more updates or patch would solve it. btw i wonder can we flash the usb TH to v2.0 100m ? cause 10m really sux if ya know what i mean. i can't even walk to the kichen b4 the sound in HS like "shiss shi crisshs"


 
 
 
 


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# 3785 23-Feb-2004 12:07
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1.3.2.7 is pretty good, and that's what I have in one of my laptops. The only difference you'll notice with 1.4 is that HID (Human Interface Device) is added (mosue/keyboard support).

Nop, you can't flash the firmware to increase the range, because this is a radio limitation. 10m is the specification, and even if you have a 100m USB dongle, the headset is still only 10m. Remember, it was designed to use with a mobile phone in your pocket or briefcase, so 10m is more than enough for this.

Drivers are licenced by manufacturers and the software from one company will not work with another's product. There are some hacks for this, but we do not approve it, mainly because of copyright issues, support problems, etc.




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