Bluetooth devices

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      Despite the fact that Microsoft officially says bluetooth is NOT supported in 2016, it does seem to work partially out of the box.

      I was able to install an Asus BT-400 USB adapter (Broadcom, I think). The Bluetooth service activates and I am able to pair devices.

      With a paired Android phone: I can transfer files.
      With a hands-free / A2DP headphone device: No functionality – no audio output device.

      Any idea how to improve the functionality? Would really like to get Bluetooth audio devices working.

    • #61303
      Anonymous

      @derek_k wrote:

      Despite the fact that Microsoft officially says bluetooth is NOT supported in 2016, it does seem to work partially out of the box.

      I was able to install an Asus BT-400 USB adapter (Broadcom, I think). The Bluetooth service activates and I am able to pair devices. Yahoo mail login

      With a paired Android phone: I can transfer files.
      With a hands-free / A2DP headphone device: No functionality – no audio output device.

      Any idea how to improve the functionality? Would really like to get Bluetooth audio devices working.

      It does seem to work partially out of the box

    • #61304
      Anonymous

      I have the same problem with an Intel mini-PCIe Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo (AC 8265)

      I tried a lot of different drivers from Intel, but it seems to lacks a lot of specific Microsoft drivers for bluetooth protocols (like audio or hands-free)

      I wonder if anything could be extracted from a Windows 10 iso to make it work for Windows server 2016 ?

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