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Connect Magic Remote AN-MR3005 To PC with Bluetooth


Milad Mazaheri

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Hi guys
I have a Magic Remote AN-MR3005  
I wanted to plug it into my computer via Bluetooth and use it as a mouse
When connecting and pairing, I need the pairing code to enter the pin behind the control
But unfortunately, Bluetooth does not accept the code behind the control
Is there a way to do this?
And is it experimental?
Thank you all

 

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