Onda V975w: Fixing Bluetooth

In a Weibo communiqué, Onda has given instructions on how to fix Bluetooth on the V975w when it disappears.

But good luck …

… the instructions are in Chinese:

OndaV975wBluetooth

Previously here:

Onda Tablet News Items
Onda V975w: Owner Complaints, Mirror Change
Onda V975w: Driver Package
Onda V975w: BIOS Update, Windows Activation
Onda V975w: Windows Graphics Memory Adjustment
Onda V975w: It Crashes A Lot?
Onda: V975w Is Now On Sale
Onda V975w: First Owner Images
Onda V819w And V975w Officially Go On Sale
Onda V975w Might Begin Sales This Week
The Mystery Of The Onda V975w microSD Card Slot
Onda Adds V975w To Their Site
More About Onda V975w Price At Tmall
Onda Announcement Is Covered By Copy And Paste “Journalism”
Onda V975w Tmall Price Increase
Onda V975w Appears At Tmall

3 Comments

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3 responses to “Onda V975w: Fixing Bluetooth

  1. Yeah, it says to “show Bluetooth icon in the notification area”
    That setting totally doesn’t make it work. It’s been on since I got the tablet. Makes no difference at all.

    We just need an app that looks to see if a device is present and connected, and then just holds the radio on until we disconnect it or put the tablet to sleep, like ZeeMouse does for some gamepad like my Moga or iCade controller.
    That would provide somewhat expected behavior for Bluetooth.

    • tordie

      You just have to deactivate the bluetooth standby. Its an option of windows. Dont allow windows to turn of Bluetooth and eveything works fine…

      • That’s not acceptable however, as it will keep Bluetooth on in standby, rapidly draining battery.
        Other tablets like the Asus T100 do not suffer from this.

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