One of my oldest pieces of hardware is a trusty Nokia SU-8W Bluetooth Keyboard. I have tried to revive it on an Android 1.6 & 2.0 device with not much luck. However I got it working successfully on a Gingerbread (2.3.4) Google Nexus S.
- SU-8W Manual (http://nds1.nokia.com/phones/files/guides/Nokia_SU-8W_Wireless_Keyboard_UG_en.pdf)
- BlueKeyboard JP (https://market.android.com/details?id=elbrain.bluekeyboard.ime)
- Install the BlueKeyboard JP from the Android Market
- Go to Settings > Wireless & Networks > Bluetooth Settings
- Scan for devices and click to pair the Nokia SU-8W
- Enter a passcode (I used the highly inventive 0000 combinaton) on the phone and click ‘OK’
- Enter the same on the SU-8W (need to use green ‘fn’ keys for numbers) and hit enter
- The phone should show the Nokia SU-8W as paired but not connected
- Go to Settings > Language & keyboard > BlueKeyboard JP Settings
- Select the Nokia SU-8W as the keyboard and make any other changes you might need
- Click the ‘Back’ symbol and tick the option box to enable the ‘BlueKeyboard JP’ keyboard
- In any data entry field (i.e. GMail) hold the finger on the input box and click ‘Input method’ and select BlueKeyboard JP
- Wait for the keyboard to connect.