ok, I am googling, but I am trying here as well.
when I go to system/preferences/bluetooth manager.
I get :
No bluetooth Adapters present.
Your computer does not have any bluetooth adapters plugged in.
on 01/28/2010 – Made popular on 01/28/2010
I am having an issue with my bluetooth not working, or showing up at all. Whenever I open up bluetooth settings, I get the message (No Bluetooth adapters have been found). Has not worked since I started using Kubuntu which was version 14.04. My bluetooth adapter is "Bluetooth: Ralink corp. RT3290 Bluetooth" and my computer is an hp envy h8-1414.
I'm running Ubuntu 14.10 and have an ASUS X79 DELUXE LGA 2011 Intel MotherBoard with built in bluetooth adapter. It works fine in Windows but I can't seem to get Ubuntu to recognize it. When I click on Bluetooth in System settings, it says "No Bluetooth Adapters found". As far as I know ASUS does not make drivers for Ubuntu or Linux for that matter.
I recently upgraded from zorin 5 (which i guess was on ubuntu 10.04) to ubuntu 14.04 on my compaq 510. my laptop's bluetooth was working very well in zorin 5 but in ubuntu 14.04 when i try to switch on bluetooth it says no bluetooth adapters found. in running lspci no bluetooth found. kindly help.
I was recently gifted a nice Bluetooth speaker. It worked well with my phone, but my preference was to be able to use it for our (my wife's and my) laptops. So, I jumped online and spent a couple dollars on two USB Bluetooth adapters that came (to the U.S.) slow-boat from China.
The adapters arrived this week, so it was time for testing.
I am using Ubuntu 14.04 with Gnome. I dual booted it with Windows 7. When I try to launch the Bluetooth Application, I get a message in the launched app "No Bluetooth Adapters Found". The app thus does not give me any options of launching Bluetooth. Any help would be highly appreciated.
Hey there, I can't seem to get Bluetooth working on my HP Pavilion dv3500 laptop.
It would seem the wireless card and bluetooth are one and the same (if thats possible.) This is because the button which I swipe to switch on wireless also switches on bluetooth and switches it off if I swipe it again (its one of those touch sensitive light buttons).