A bunch of devices without drivers related to bluetooth


  1. Posts : 1,277
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    A bunch of devices without drivers related to bluetooth


    So i managed to replace my bluetooth card on my laptop and as i paired my phone again on new card i have these new beautiful entries that i don't seem to know of where to provide drivers to
    A bunch of devices without drivers related to bluetooth-od.jpg
    my phone is Samsung Note 8 , usually it didn't give me hassles like these with older Realtek card , but now with Intel 9260 i have these .

    P.S file transfer seem to work properly .
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  2. Posts : 2,078
    Windows 10 Pro
       #2

    Did you install the driver for your new piece of hardware? Did you're PC install the drivers for you phone?
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  3. Posts : 4,224
    Windows 10
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    Looks like cellphone related entries (particularly those with SMS in their names). You should be able to tell what's up from the vendor IDs for those "Other devices." Or, you could try this excellent tool that user @SIW2 recommended in another thread here at TenForums: Download Unknown Device Identifier - MajorGeeks (I provide this link rather than the Chinese developer site, because MajorGeeks is much safer).
    HTH,
    --Ed--
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  4. Posts : 1,277
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    Thread Starter
       #4

    EdTittel said:
    Looks like cellphone related entries (particularly those with SMS in their names). You should be able to tell what's up from the vendor IDs for those "Other devices." Or, you could try this excellent tool that user @SIW2 recommended in another thread here at TenForums: Download Unknown Device Identifier - MajorGeeks (I provide this link rather than the Chinese developer site, because MajorGeeks is much safer).
    HTH,
    --Ed--
    Sorry for the late reply but i had no luck with that tool , it doesnt quite show a list of other device but a full renamed list of the entire system , and yet still supposingly these are Samsung devices , and i am sure of that too , samsung never provide drivers as far as i know , windows did all the detection , so what happened here ?
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