Spank 2798. Relax and don't go nuts. I'm a licensed mental health professional; you're in good hands (at least for your MH concerns). BT
on the Dell Mini parallels my BT
experience generally. Not as positive as I'd like it to be. Having said that, BT
on the MINI seems to work fairly well if all the horses are lined up. First, and I say this only because I'm at Starbux, I'm not sure which BT
module this is that you are referencing. I always get my mine directly from Beijing via eBay. I've put together lots of these DM-10Vs, and have had a few were the BT
didn't work initially. Once I wrote the seller-guy in Beijing to complain and he replied, "we have had lots of failures of our BT
module. Tell me how many have failed and I'll send you replacements." I did, he did, and now we're good. So, given this, you COULD have a faulty module. Next, and I'm not so sure of the latest iteration of NBI but BT
may be fixed there, and as noted, you should run that latest NBI now and every time that you do a hardware mod. Finally, I always go into the terminal and tweak my BT
manufacturer ID as noted on the attached .pdf file. With the BT
ID correctly identified, you should have the same BT
flexibility that one would experience on an MBP, for example.
The attached document is from a "legacy" post on this board, but I copied for myself only that which was relevant to me and did not include the source (author). To whomever that is, thank you, and my apologies.
Please note the text is old, for instance, it references DellEFI, and now we all use NBI. Just work around these issues and get to the part where you enter terminal and see if this helps.