- Aug 25, 2015
- DELL Inspiron 7370
- Mobile Phone
I believe if its a Bluetooth hardware problem, you can replace it since it has warranty.ahh good call on testing the bluetooth in windows - no it is not working! not properly, anyway.
that explains a lot
just as i was about to give up in windows both my phone and keyboard showed up in the list. after a few tries i was able to connect the keyboard. windows accepted the passcode and paired the keyboard, however i wasn't able to actually type with it after that. i didnt play around for much after that, but what was interesting to me is how long it took for it to finally detect my devices. i tried both with the asus drivers installed and uninstalled, made no difference.
i tried bluetooth again in OS X but was never able to get it to see the keyboard, even after letting it try for 10 mins.
i think i will just get a bluetooth dongle and try with that... something is definitely not right with my onboard.
ALSO regarding the network speed... i will try some more device combinations in my home and let you know how i go. in windows the speed is fine on all machines, but i will test.
I'm now working on cpu temps.. I tried to install FakeSMC_CPUSensors.kext in L/E, but after I install it, I got an immediate reboot with kernel panic. Have you managed your temps?