Going to the settings->Bluetooth page yields the ever
so nice “No Bluetooth Found” message despite my
laptop being equipped with Bluetooth.
I’ve got an HP15-da1906nz Laptop running Fedora 36.
I’ve got the system root installed on an NVME SSD,
and my home folder is contained in a seperate 2.5"SSD which
is mounted into the system via an entry in fstab.
I’ve been running Fedora for a year now, Bluetooth has
never worked despite multiple attempts to remedy this.
I’ve tried multiple solutions described on this forum to no avail.
Did you try to update the BIOS? may need windows unfortunately (HP lazy doesn’t support lvfs).
I looked up your specs, almost exactly the same as mine, except mine shipped with freeDOS instead of windows.
A bit off topic, but how much battery runtime you get? On mine with the NVIDIA card disabled and light load, about 6-8h.