Base Board Asset Tag dmi. I have it working in Can you guys post lsusb so we can confirm which chip you have? Since Windows 8 has just released yet not all drivers are going to work with it. How satisfied are you with this reply? Looks like bluez has issues talking to the hci0 device that is detected.

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Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre cyphermox wrote on Jonathan Ferreira j0n4tfds wrote on Winston M Replied on October 28, Stuart Metcalfe stuartmetcalfe wrote on Sorry, I sold the tablet so can’t confirm Anybody have any answers?

Bluetooth driver and G-sensor driver not working in acer w drivers – Microsoft Community

AR Bluetooth chip set should be supported after Linux kernel 3. No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi.

Hope this information helps. No upgrade log present probably fresh install UserGroups:.


Bug # “Bluetooth not working on Acer W tablet” : Bugs : bluez package : Ubuntu

Just plugging in the adapter to any of the two available USB ports works as well. This thread is locked.

Thank you for posting Windows 8. Base Board Asset Tag dmi. This site in other languages x. This bug affects 14 people. Sorry this didn’t help. Launchpad Janitor janitor on If the issue still persists, I would suggest you to contact Acer support for further assistance.

Acer ICONIA Tab W500 laptop Bluetooth device drivers

Nope, not fixed in I have a USB hub. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Comment on this change optional.

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Please reply back with the status so that we could assist you better. Email me about changes to this bug report. See full activity log. On Ubuntu Natty, the bluetooth menu appears in the panel and reports “Bluetooth: You need to log in to change this bug’s status.


The window shows bluetooth is on. Thanks for marking this as the answer. So it seems the bluetooth in the A does not work but a workaround is availabke if you use a USB-bluetooth adapter.

Changed in bluez Ubuntu: On” but the icon is greyed-out and when I open the preferences dialog, I am only given the option to “Turn on bluetooth” with a large button. I have the same question