Bluetooth - couldn't connect

gilius

Member
Trying to find out which component removal has caused this, but I haven't got many areas left to check... just Windows Apps.

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gilius

Member
Finally on the right track...

Something under Windows Apps introduces the networking screen under OOBE (despite WiFi being available without it) and also enables Bluetooth. I'm guessing it will take me 2-3 more days of testing to find out.
 

nuhi

NTLite developer
Staff member
Thanks gilius, appreciate the feedback.
Will review if that can be avoided or it's a hard dependency which should be linked to Bluetooth and description expanded.
Since Bluetooth is sort of a network, it's possible as that component is a broker/connection from apps to the functionality.
 

V.H.

New Member
nuhi, gilius - Network Connection Broker - Does not affect Bluetooth in any way. Even if you leave this component, the Bluetooth network still does not work. We need to look for another reason...

P.s I checked and it really affects Bluetooth! But the problem is that, Laptop can connect to the Phone, but the Phone cannot connect to the Laptop.

The conjugation window (PIN) does not appear... Probably Action Center also necessary - Need to check.
 
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