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    How to install ASUS ROG Connect Bluetooth Overclocking on Droid

    How do you install APK files for ASUS RC to The ASUS Driver CD to the Motorola Droid?

    Answer: Before performing these steps* be sure to enable your Droid to allow installation from third party sources.

    1. Go to the Android Market on the phone and search for and download an app called ApkInstaller.

    2. Attach your Droid to your computer. Swipe down the notification bar at the top screen and Mount the device. The device should show up as a drive on your computer.

    3. Take the APK file "RCBluetooth-Android-V1.0.3.apk" from the ASUS Driver CD and copy it to anywhere on the SD Carddrive for your Droid.

    4. Open the ApkInstaller app.

    5. It will show the files on your SD Card. Tap the APK file "RCBluetooth-Android-V1.0.3.apk" to run the installer.

    6. Tap Install.

    7. Enable the Bluetooth on the motherboard by pressing the button on the rear I/O panel

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    Nice! have to give this a try!

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    this dose not work for the motorola droid x. just so that you all know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grundle View Post
    this dose not work for the motorola droid x. just so that you all know.
    What part doesn't work? The ApkInstaller? mounting as a drive? Connecting to the board?
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    connecting to the board

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    Hrmm, that sucks. I wonder why the Droid X is different than the Droid for something like this.
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    I have not experienced this issue, If i can get my hands on the Droid X I will try to reproduce the issue.


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    Droid X still not able to connect.


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