I’m running Fedora 38 kernel 6.2.9-300 on the intel 13th gen
I have noticed that the bluetooth on my laptop is extremely laggy with more than 1 device connected at a time sometimes. I have a bluetooth speaker and keyboard connected, and sometimes when the speaker is connected, my keyboard will suddenly ssssssstaaaart ttttttttyping like thiiiiiiiis, with extremely noticable hang. Headphones sometimes cause it too, but not as dramatically/often. Disconnecting the speaker fixes the issue. It also doesn’t happen consistently, either. IDK if the module is overheating after extended periods or what.
I just came from a 11th-gen Dell XPS on the same OS, where my laptop sits in the same spot as it did, and had 0 issues with this exact setup with no other changes, so I know it’s not a bluetooth or OS limitation at the very least (though obviously there are numerous other things involved).
In general the bluetooth on this seems fairly lackluster atm (I noticed a fairly short range, for example), and I’m hoping it’s just some settings.
I think my computer failed to boot correctly and I accidentally chose an older firmware to use, oops! I have now been using the latest (Linux 6.4.6-200) for a bit…no change in functionality.
Seems like a range issue to me since moving my bluetooth keyboard closer stops the issue (though it doesn’t let me be more than a foot away without issues??). I’ll see if I can get a dump of the logs you requested, as I don’t know what to really look for.