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[Bug 1595767] Re: bluetooth HW not initialized Dell XPS 15 9530 (Ubuntu 16.04)
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bluetooth HW not initialized Dell XPS 15 9530 (Ubuntu 16.04)
Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
Ubuntu 16.04 desktop edition does not properly initialize the bluetooh
hardware in the Dell XPS 15 9530. lsusb show the hardware as:
Bus 003 Device 004: ID 0a5c:216f Broadcom Corp. BCM20702A0 Bluetooth
Running bluethoothctl as root show only a driver named:
Controller AC:D1:B8:C0:CE:E4 ChromeLinux_7236 [default]
I don't know what ChromLinux_7236 is. It does not seem related to
Broadcom but rather Google.
Scanning for bluethooth devices just timeout - assuming the
ChromLinux_7236 is acting as some sort of stub answering the API but
not providing any actual bluetooth device scanning.
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