Does "fresh install" mean a recently downloaded image? Have you done an update?greg123 wrote:I just installed a fresh install of Raspbian and I clicked the wifi icon but it said that there are no wireless devices. I'm using a wifi adapter as a temporary solution. I typed ifconfig and the ifconfig -a but only eth0 and lo came up.
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sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade
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Module Size Used by bnep 10336 2 hci_uart 13533 1 btbcm 4196 1 hci_uart bluetooth 317981 22 bnep,btbcm,hci_uart cfg80211 407580 0 rfkill 16036 3 cfg80211,bluetooth sg 18023 0 evdev 10278 4 snd_bcm2835 19802 3 snd_pcm 73474 1 snd_bcm2835 snd_timer 18848 1 snd_pcm snd 50779 9 snd_bcm2835,snd_timer,snd_pcm uio_pdrv_genirq 2944 0 uio 7753 1 uio_pdrv_genirq i2c_dev 5671 0 fuse 80694 3 ipv6 338660 36
bgibson710 wrote:I'm seeing this issue as well. No bluetooth, no wifi on my raspberry pi 3. I tried installing rasbian latest build available on downloads from May, I've tried using NOOBS, and I did the rpi-upgrade as well as using apt-get update / upgrade.
I do see this in systemctl list-units
hciuart.service loaded failed failed Configure Bluetooth Modems
I've got nothing plugged into this thing right now, and it's a vanilla install. I have just an ethernet cable plugged in and a monitor.
What are you using for a power supply? If you are using a phone charger, or anything with less than a 2A rating, get a better PSU. The recommended power supply unit for the Pi3 is 5.1V, 2.5A.Riri wrote:Hi , same here new image and no Wifi or bluetoth on pi 3
I've tryed Noobs installation and same problema
Is that na hardware problem?
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