So this is a new theme. I take far too many things apart. I usually put them back together afterwards, but the justifications I use in each case are usually as flimsy as cling-wrap. So why not blog about it too. After all, might someone else want to see inside a BTI-029 Bluetooth Transmitter and Receiver so much that they google BTI-029 disassembly?
Time will tell.
What is it?
Why do you have it?
Why did it deserve to die? Why are you taking it apart?
How to disassemble?
What did you find?
And the answer to my question is finally there - the module is Qualcomm CSR8670 SoC based. So it doesn't tell me the module manufacturer. The SoC transmit functionality will be entirely up to the module vendor. But at least it gives me something new to google...
Any final impressions?
I'm still confused about the battery. Sure, the CSR8670 SoC offers LiIon charger functionality. But do you actually have to use it just because it's there? Actually... come to think of it, I'd be comfortable in a world where all devices have serial ports fitted.
Oh, and yes, it did go all back together afterwards. I can still watch telly with headphones.