I have a keyboard/mouse combo that connect via Bluetooth to a sensor that plugs into the Pi. It works great because the sensor has minimal current draw, compared to other keyboards I have used (because it doesn't have to power the keyboard, being wireless the keyboard and mouse have their own batteries.)
However, when I go to try to use NOOBS via RCA Composite (only option I have currently) the bluetooth sensor/receiver thing doesn't appear to be recognized by the Pi.
It works fine using Raspbian, but when I go to push 3 or 4, it doesn't work, so I can't use NOOBS (not a big deal, I know how to flash the image to the SD card, which gives me more control)
Any ideas on what is causing this strangeness and/or is there a way to solve it? If not, that's ok, I can just keep flashing my SD card using
dd on Ubuntu and Win32DiskImager on Windows.