The Host platform should have support for HOGP profile to be able to get the HID data and show the actions.
Do you have any air log traces to check what is happening ?
As the connection is fine with Linux PC, i suspect some problem with HOGP support on this platform.
Also do you have any other BLE based mouse to verify if Linux PC supports HOGP ?
OK, "HID-over-GATT" was the right clue I needed. This is (should be?) supported on Linux with the BlueZ 5 stack. My Linux PC is still on BlueZ 4.101 (even the latest Kubuntu versions are not on version 5). But according to my google-fu OpenElec should use BlueZ 5.29 (or something recent).
I will test this today and report back.
OK, so I tested with OpenElec - and it worked out of the box (after enabling BlueTooth). What I found confusing though is that one can switch between touchpad and motion sensor without visible notification.
Is the firmware available somehow? The RDK homepage only has the user guide and the design files, but no software. Then I could remove the motion sensing functionality alltogether.
Just as a note: the RDK software is now available on the RDK home page (called CY5672 KIT ONLY PACKAGE). It has the fiormware for all components in it, including the remote control itself. It was quite easy to remove the unneeded parts of the software.