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5mb capacity.i want full - Nokia Mini USB Bluetooth Dongle w/ BlueSoleil (UNIVDATABTDONGLE2) Wireless Adapter

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    Mareks Manguzis Mar 19, 2011

    Could you please give a more precise problem? It's hard to understand right now.

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Blue soleil is really poorly written but it matters what you are connecting to. some other usb devices may have older blu tooth version hence why your not getting the full speed. sorry for the bad news hope that doesnt effect the fact that i solved your problem .. kinda lol

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