I have reached out to TP-Link for a response and will update this post if they reply.
I am trying to diagnose several issues I have had with this device for the past several months. I thought it was an issue with the intel chip on the device but I am no longer sure.
The Wi-Fi connection works great, I plugged in the adapter to the front USB connector and it was working for the most part for a while.
Here are the major issues I have encountered
When the computer goes to sleep, and then I wake it up… the bluetooth driver enters into this state:
Temporary fix is for me to “uninstall it and then scan for device changes”. This works till the next time I put the computer to sleep
- or running the windows bluetooth troubleshooter
I tried many different troubleshooting methods including a fresh install of the driver which doesn’t solve the problem
- in addition to changing the LogOn to local account for the Bluetooth Service in services.msc
Only previously paired (and not uninstalled devices) will connect via bluetooth. anything else I try results in this:
either it just falls off the list or just says try again later
This is what shows up in the Event Viewer:
Same device appears multiple times in Device manager
This is a sample of one device (surprisingly the galaxy buds actually work fine over bluetooth to the computer)
This is a view of the registry editor:
And this is the Advanced Bluetooth Settings Panel
AMD B550 Gigabyte Elite Motherboard
Ryzen 7 3700X
Windows 10 Home 64 bit