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Retrofit Bluetooth module to Teclast P88 tablet

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#1 mTab


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Posted 13 December 2012 - 03:11 PM

I'm hesitant to even ask this online. First I'll quickly ask people not to be daft by suggesting a USB dongle, or asking "why do you want to do this?", or suggesting another tablet. My topic is very specific. It's a technical question, so not a solution for everyone.

So, has anyone seen this done before?
Does anyone have photos of inside the P88? I expect space will be limited so this is the first thing to check. A fully integrated Bluetooth module (chip, antenna etc) is around 20mm x 30mm x 4mm.
What Bluetooth chips are used in other RK3066 tablets? I need to use a compatible one, and this seems like a good way to find one that works. I have got pictures of inside the Hyundai Rock X800 but I haven't identified the Bluetooth chip yet.

If this seems like a goer then I'll be sure to post details of my solution here. I haven't even bought the tablet yet. The other tablet that I'm considering modifying is the Nextway F8.


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Posted 15 December 2012 - 06:29 AM

but why the P88 which is hardly ships?
For tests you can go for P85 with a big price drop.

- How you want to interface it with the OS? take a look at my P85DC

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Edited by asik1, 15 December 2012 - 06:33 AM.

loved my P85/3066 but he had dead buttons fever, and practicly died after ~15 months
Got PIPO S2, will he live long?