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The Bluetooth devices, once they are pair to Windows® 10 they should auto pair once the system is turn on again and the device has to be in pairing mode
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Well, thanks for that. But does it use apx-t? Never had problemd to pair the two devices, but want to know does intel Nuc uses apx-t?
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The 8260 family supports A2DP via aptx .
Keep in mind that the audio profiles are natively supported by Microsoft* (by the Operating System) as well as the Bluetooth low energy support .
See some more details here http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/network-and-i-o/wireless-networking/000006802.html
For Windows* 10, Microsoft supports both aptX and aptX Low Latency with the A2DP profile.
For Windows* 8.1, Intel provides support for aptX with A2DP profile. (No aptX Low Latency)
For Windows* 7, no aptX support from Microsoft or Intel.
And, this applies to all adapters we currently support, 7260 and later, this includes the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 module included with the NUC7i7BNH.
Thank you very much for the helpfull information.