Just installed a Pi3 and sdcard supplied by Pi-Top into my pi-top and found the Pi3 appears to be much quicker than the Pi2 it replaced.
To get the Pi3's onboard wi-fi working I had to connect with wired ethernet and then in terminal do:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade
followed by a reboot.
However, I can't get the Pi3's onboard bluetooth to work. I've tried:
sudo apt-get install pi-bluetooth
which installed the newest version of pi-bluetooth and allowed me to use bluetooth with a USB dongle, but the pi3 internal bluetooth adaptor doesn't appear listed as an adaptor.
Has anybody else got this problem or found a solution?
I am actually having a similar issue with Pixel and a logitech Dinovo edge bluetooth keyboard. The keyboard worked fine and connected O.K. on an install of Raspbian Jessie (5-23-16 i think) on a pi zero (not relevant to the forums, I know!). I tried updating that image to Pixel, and the keyboard wouldn't connect anymore. I also tried a fresh image of raspbian pixel, keyboard still won't connect.
After I get the pi-top updated, I will see if I can track this issue down as I said, I know it's not relevant to the forums, but its the same OS.
Just tested the logitech Dinovo Edge Bluetooth keyboard with PIXEL the newest Pi-topOS without needing to install blueman or reinstall pi-bluettooth. I am using a usb bluetooth adapter though.
I had to type the pairing code once then type in a second code when it requested it. but....
It paired fine and woks.
I will retest with the Pi zero board. but it should work.
Should Bluetooth with RPI3 out of the box with 2016-09-30-pi-topOS?
i know have the latest and greatest pi-topOS 12/02/16 and the bluetooth has gotten way far but it is no connecting to my samsung bluetooth sound bar it says I need to go to the audio menu to connect. So I download pulse audio but that says fatal error! any ideas?