Oh, how I would love to use a Bluetooth keyboard with this phone. I absolutely love the phone and service. However I was also hoping to use the phone and my Bluetooth keyboard as a laptop replacement, as an Android phone does 90% of what I do with a laptop, browse the web, chat, send emails, write documents, etc. I was in the market for an inexpensive Android phone toward the end of January, didn't want a contract, and found what I thought was a killer deal with the T-Mobile Comet at $149. Then I got a $40/mo prepaid plan, which included decent minutes and txts, but no data. Oh well I thought, I'll just use Wifi. Getting a Bluetooth keyboard working was one of the first things I set about doing, following the instructions here, which involve having the phone rooted, installing some Linux stuff, and running Linux commands. It worked beautifully and I was going in minutes. I was so happy I made this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urMAkKtYrBc Then a week later, on February 1st, I heard about the Optimus V on Virgin Mobile. Same price I paid, $149, but with upgraded screen size, resolution, CPU, and only $25/mo with unlimited data. Man, I couldn't box the Comet back up fast enough to return to T-Mobile. Now I've got a bill from them for $59 just for the privilege of using them for 1 week, but that's another story. So I try getting my Bluetooth keyboard working again with my new phone. I rooted it using these instructions, went without a hitch, then I used the same instructions mentioned above to get the keyboard working. No dice. I have the same results as the people here when running the hcitool and hidd commands, "no such device", and nothing at all when running hciconfig, when it should be giving me the phone's Bluetooth device info. So I Google around and around and find this where someone's got it working on an Optimus P500 using the hciattach command. Ok, this gets me a little farther, I'm now able to run hciconfig, but I just get 00:00:00:00:00:00 instead of what should be the phone's Bluetooth device address. It's like it's not even there. Unfortunately I think we might be in the same boat as people with HTC phones, apparently HTC did something to their build of Android which severely crippled the way Bluetooth operates, which you can read about here. Ugh, to get a taste of a working Bluetooth keyboard on T-Mobile's crappy phone, and then to lose it on Virgin's bad ass phone a week later. I've spent the past month further Googling for any other info and nothing's come up. Anyone with any knowledge of these matters willing to add anything? Thanks in advance.