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Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter - Version 4.0 (Newest Bluetooth Version Available) Class 2 Smart Ready Adapter w/ Low Energy Technology - Windows 8 32/64 Compatible
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Medialink Bluetooth Adapter USB to Bluetooth 4.0 Class 2 Smart Ready Adapter with Low Energy Technology
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|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||1.9 x 0.64 x 1.27 Centimetres||—||—||2.18 x 0.69 x 1.78 Centimetres||0.51 x 0.51 x 0.51 Centimetres|
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There was no question on what to replace it with...another Medialink Adapter. I like it because of it's small size. I like it because of the small LED light to indicate it is being connect to your computer. I am not certain of this, but this adapter seems to have a larger signal range. I can now go anywhere in my house without losing signal. The older one failed when going upstairs.
I followed the instructions and everything went smoothly. Pairing with my Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset was a breeze. (Make sure you follow the directions for your specific Bluetooth device.) At first, it takes a bit of practice to disconnect and reconnect the adapter to the headset - but once you get the knack, it becomes routine.
The unit handles both the earphones and the microphone correctly. I suspect that the sound quality is limited by the headset and not, in any way, by the USB Bluetooth adapter.
I'm really very satisfied with the Medialink - USB Bluetooth Adapter and recommend it with confidence. (I haven't yet tried it with my desktop running Windows 7 Professional (64bit).
I tried it with my Desktop running Windows 7 Professional (64bit). It installed just as easily as it did on my netbook and works perfectly. I used it successfully with Skype, Google Voice, Windows Media player and all my Windows audio players.
After disconnecting the device from my computer, I couldn't reconnect it the next day -- even though the computer showed that it was already paired. I called MediaLink tech support and they couldn't help me connect. So I would advise those with Windows 64 bit to consider this.
UPDATE 3 -Success:
The MediaBridge tech support person emailed me a link to the Widcomm Software site [...]. I downloaded, installed the latest software, and it has been working just fine in Win 64. I needed to un-pair my Motorola S305 headset (by deleting it "Devices and Printers") and re-pairing it. To use the device I do the following:
1.Insert the adapter in to a USB port and wait for the Bluetooth icon to appear.
2.Right-click on the Bluetooth icon in the system tray and turn on the adapter.
3.Turn on my headset and wait about 15 seconds until it's discovered.
And that's it. It has been working consistently.
One additional point. I found, that the adapter might not connect to your device if it is not plugged in when you boot the machine. Make sure that the adapter is plugged in when you boot the machine.
I read many of the comments about how to overcome issues that others were having and followed all the steps that they had taken but so far without success.
WARNING: UNWANTED SOFTWARE!!
Furthermore it installed software on my computer called EasyBits chat and 3 EasyBits games. There is no folder in my "program" files to uninstall them and nothing on the installation disc.
- I see now that since I bought this other reviews are now talking about unwanted software...and worse yet calling it spyware. -
I did an internet search on it and many folks there are calling it spyware too. They also say it is difficult to remove and it leaves registry leftovers. Some offer cleaners you can download...but I'd need to research them before I'd want to use them.
Further research: It seems this is an on-going issue for EasyBits as I found this link with a mea culpa from Skype a year ago (May 31, 2011) with a link to a removal tool saying that installer had "defects" that were leading to unintentional installations of EasyBits.
Skype claims it is not malware.
UPDATE: Read the comments to see that Medialink is now aware of this issue.
I would have already returned this but spilled a drink on the packaging. I might still see if Amazon will let me return it.
Update.... I was just fooling around with my Tracfone LG840g and turning on it's Bluetooth to use an external speaker when I discovered that there was an option to connect to my PC that has my new MediaLink installed. I've only used Bluetooth to connect external speakers,keyboards. Now I see that I can connect to my PC and send a file from my phone to my PC. The Bluetooth screen comes up on my PC with an excellent interface, and I can also send files from my PC to the phone. I had no idea that I needed this. But after sending files back and forth between the PC and LG 840, I love it. The Bluetooth interface that comes up on the screen is so clear as to what to do, and it worked flawlessly and quickly. I didn't have to know a thing, the PC and phone kept prompting what to do. Now I have something else to fool with, and one more reason to love this latest Amazon purchase.