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FAQ: What is Bluetooth HID Proxy mode?

Last Updated: Jan 29, 2014 09:26AM EST

HID (Human Interface Device) is the USB protocol that is used by a conventional keyboard and mouse. HID proxy mode allows a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to function without loading the Bluetooth HCI driver. With HID proxy mode, the computer believes it is interacting with a conventional keyboard or mouse.

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