viewtopic.php?f=105&t=109056kneave wrote:I'm about to build a mobile robot and would like to connect and remote debug wirelessly, does the Windows 10 IoT build include support for WiFi adapters? If yes, which I'm hoping for, could anyone recommend one please?
Microsoft are very much on a learning curve so it does take some digging to find informationkneave wrote:Thanks, tried to search but 'windows 10 WiFi' were all common phrases and the search didn't run so apologies for the FAQ.
Yes was mentioned in this thread viewtopic.php?f=105&t=116928gmusumeci wrote:Windows 10 IoT currently (August 2015) supports only one adapter: Official Raspberry Pi WiFi dongle.
Instructions to setup the WiFi on Windows 10 IoT - http://ms-iot.github.io/content/en-US/w ... upWiFi.htm
That is factually incorrect, the WiFi Chipset in the RPi Official Dongle is a Broadcom BCM43143 Chipset, so that is what MS should of statedbmcdaniel wrote:It is really frustrating that only one adapter is supported. Come on Microsoft open it up for the 99.9% of us that do not have the official dongle.
You will need to ask Microsoft as Windows 10 IoT Core is solely their product, the RPF have no development input:tja2000 wrote:I have an Edimax Wifi, does not work either.
Any news about this from Micrsoft?
Since September MS have released updates and they now support several USB WiFi Adapters:szluoheng wrote:There are two USB WIFI which can work with Windows 10 IoT I found on ebay.com
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Windows-10-IOT- ... 2205565165
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Windows-10-IOT- ... 2223339927
ricl can you use quotes as otherwise it makes it difficult to understand who you are replying to, this is used by the majority of forum users.ricl wrote:"When I plug the Realtek 8191 USB Wireless WIFI device into a regular Windows 10 laptop it works fine."
Ask Realtek or their clone when they are going to get round to doing it. They are the ones not doing the work but taking the cash, not MS