Bluetooth® Profiles supported by Intel® Wireless Adapters

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06/08/2020

Bluetooth* Technology allows a wireless connection to a computer using various devices. You can share files, listen to music, place voice calls, and use compatible printers.

Intel Wireless Adapters support Bluetooth Basic Rate/Enhanced Data Rate (BR/EDR) and Bluetooth low energy (LE) modes. These allow the adapters to support generic and standard profiles depending on the Operating System.

Windows 10
Support of Bluetooth profiles is enabled under the Windows 10 operating system. 
To see the list of supported Bluetooth profiles, please refer to the following page. The list of profiles applies to both Bluetooth v4 and v5

Applies to the following adapters:
Intel Wi-Fi 6 Series
Intel Wireless 9000 Series
Intel Wireless 8000 Series
Intel Wireless 7200 Series

Windows 8.1 / 7
To see the list of supported Bluetooth profiles, please refer to the following page.

Applies to the following adapters:
Intel Wireless 8000 Series
Intel Wireless 7200 Series

Click or the topic for details:

Acronyms used with this technology
  • A2DP – Advanced Audio Distribution Profile
  • AMP – Alternate MAC/PHY
  • AVRCP – Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
  • BIP – Basic Imaging Profile
  • BPP – Basic Printing Profile
  • DRM – Digital Rights Management
  • EDR – Enhanced Data Rate
  • FTP – File Transfer Protocol
  • GAP – Generic Access Profile
  • GATT – Generic Attribute Profile
  • HID – Human Interface Device
  • HFP – Hands-Free Profile
  • HOGP – HID over GATT profile
  • HSP – Headset Profile
  • MAC/PHY – Media Access Control/Physical Layer
  • OBEX – Object Exchange
  • PBAP – Phone Book Access Profile
  • SCMS-T – Serial Copy Management System
  • SYNCH – Synchronization Profile
  • SRM – Single Response Mode
  • VoIP – Voice over IP
  • WBS – Wide-Band Speech