As seen in <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1189721>, there is no bluetooth support for Ralink RT3290.
There's a libre driver in <http://downloads.zotac.com/mediadrivers/mb/download/NB087_Ubuntu.zip>.
That driver just don't work in Ubuntu.
I patched the rt3290 bt driver according to this page:
And here's it:
It's partially working on >3.13 kernels.
I'm able to compile it and install. However it's still bugged, I can't turn it off and on again (it will not power on again) and it can't pair with any device.
Any updates? Is this ever gonna work?
(In reply to Ashesh Kumar Singh from comment #3)
> Any updates? Is this ever gonna work?
No, it does not working in any vanilla kernel.
A workaround is installing rtbth as described here
After installing this driver I can pair and send files fro my android phone, but cannot connect to my bluetooth headphones.
There exists a rtbth that works with latest kernels https://github.com/loimu/rtbth-dkms
Can that be integrated into the kernel?
Any updates on this one?
That I'm still failing at dating.
I can report that this bluetooth driver https://github.com/loimu/rtbth-dkms works well with 6.1.0-10-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Debian 6.1.37-1 (2023-07-03).
It would be great if we could upstream that driver!