I’m running Linux (Debian actually, but I’ll gladly take any distro advice / example) on the AMD 7840U Framework 13 and when connecting to a BlueTooth (BLE) device (the dash toy robot) does not work whereas the same setup on a different hardware does work.
Has anyone gotten BlueTooth to work on AMD Framework 13 with Linux?
I’m running Fedora 39 and while the only bluetooth device I’ve used so far are wireless earbuds, they connected and worked fine.
Thank you, I’ll try that.
Maybe give it a shot on a live USB before making the full switch.
After a day on a new Fedora 39 install, both of these work without issues so far, including across suspend/resume cycles:
- Logitech MX Master 3 mouse
- Google Pixel Buds Pro (as A2DP sink for music in headset profile)
I use a Bluetooth mouse and headset without issues. Pairing, lag isn’t a problem.
That said, while I lack access myself to one, I did some digging and found it’s possible. This article is from 2019 and much of it may not be relevant now, but it’s a jumping off point.