As Windows 10 IoT Core is a MS Product you should be reading their Blogs for Release Information:bluecar1 wrote:So big question is,
Is the wireless and ble on the pi3 supported in the current /latest built of win10iot core?
If yes it would greatly improve connectivity to the pi3 and give me more reason to buy one
The RPF only supply the required Drivers / Firmware, MS undertake the implementation and testing, the same as any Other Operating System.. The RPF only support Raspbian Jessie OS..bluecar1 wrote:@ GTR2Fan i posted here as it is a win 10 IOT related question, if it wanted specific information like what are the std's supported by the wifi ( b,g, n etc) then i would have posted in the pi 3 forum as the question would not have been OS specific
@ fruitoftheloom i asked the question here as i would hope to get a quicker answer as people will try the pi3 with the latest IOT build once they start recieiving them and see if they can access the new hardware (wifi / ble), i would assume the foundation would have tested with IOT or provided information to MS so it is supported relatively quickly (quick in the MS world can be an interesting concept)
I was afraid of that ... Very strange anyway, because MS claims Pi3 compatibility on official Iot site ...Dehim wrote:I've tried 14262.1000 on my RPi3, but it doesn't work. It keeps getting stuck at
"Welcome to Windows 10 IoT Core
Please wait while we get things ready".
Hope they fix this soon.
Are you using a Class 10 SD Card 8GB or greater ???Dehim wrote:That's weird, then what could be wrong on my end?
Only will ask for a "MS Live (or similar) Account" login if installing Insider PreviewShiftPlusOne wrote:Okay, last time I installed windows 10 on a pi 3, it didn't ask me to sign in. Trying to make an account was an awful experience, so I think I'll pass.
I never had a working installation with Kingston SD (and uSD) since first RPi A, A+, B+,2 .. ...Dehim wrote:I'm using a 32 GB kingston UHS class 3 µSD card with 90MB/s Read and 80MB/s Write speed.
I ordered on the basis on the blog entries and suggestion was that the Pi 3 is fully supported with the latest Insider Preview.Coming Soon in a future release of Windows IoT Core Insider Preview
•Onboard WiFi & Bluetooth, but in the meantime you can still use a compatible USB WiFi/Bluetooth dongle.