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What is the best way (if there is any) to connect a Bluetooth keyboard to a Google Nexus S with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) installed?

There seems to be some applications that allow you to connect a keyboard. But reading about them is a bit confusing, often earlier versions of the Android OS are mentioned, it only works with a few keyboards, users giving negative reviews that it didn't work for them etc.

I'm looking for something that does work, and has as few drawbacks as possible.

If someone knows why Google doesn't support it "out of the box" that would be interesting too.

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closed as off topic by Matthew Read Mar 1 '12 at 23:25

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Have you tried anything? As-is this seems like a recommendation or "shopping" question, which is off-topic (see the FAQ). If you do have trouble with getting anything to work with 4.0 specifically, please add that detail to the question and we can re-open. – Matthew Read Mar 1 '12 at 23:25