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    Updating my question. When I checked the bluetooth device settings in my Windows computer I noticed that there are no Manufacturer and Model information. I guess that because of this no lenovo drivers are used.

    So my question is how do I get Puck.js to be identified as a Lenovo keyboard?

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    Interesting. I was still unable to get it work. It seems that the key is not actually a part of the keyboard. When I try to monitor my key presses with "showkey -a" it does not catch the key press at all.

    Is there any other options to mute my microphone? I'm thinking of registering Puck.js as a headset?

    ed@edhome:~$ showkey -a
    
    Press any keys - Ctrl-D will terminate this program
    
    a    97 0141 0x61
    b    98 0142 0x62
    c    99 0143 0x63
    d   100 0144 0x64
    
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    Hi!

    I've been trying to use my Puck.js to emulate Lenovo keyboard microphone on/off button (f4), but cannot get it to work. I suppose that I need to somehow first tell the computer that my Puck.js is a lenovo keyboard and then send a right code.

    I can see from the lenovo drivers that the code I should send is "0x00f1".
    https://coral.googlesource.com/linux-imx­/+/refs/tags/4-2/drivers/hid/hid-lenovo.­c

    Any ideas regarding this?

    Here's my current code:

    function p(c,cb) {
      NRF.sendHIDReport(c, function() {
        NRF.sendHIDReport(0, cb);
      });
    }
    
    setWatch(function(e) {
      // Measure length of the press
      var len = e.time - e.lastTime;
    
      p(0x00f1,function() {
        print('Done');
      });
    
      digitalPulse(LED3,1,100);
    
    }, BTN, { edge:"falling",repeat:true,debounce:50})­;
    
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