Intel released two new drivers for your OS. It’s the Intel Wi-Fi driver version 22.140.0 and a new Bluetooth Driver with the same version number 22.140.0. The new drivers are for use on Windows 10 and Windows 11.
What the Bluetooth driver is concerned, Bluetooth 5.3 is now supported, and for the Wi-Fi driver it’s mostly fixes.
Changelog for Intel Wi-Fi 22.140.0
- A loss of network connectivity (Windows Event ID 5002 and 5005) occurs with Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 wireless adapters
- When certain mobile phones that support 802.11ax speed rates are connected to a mobile hotspot, the Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 Wireless Adapter may connect to 802.11ac speed rates instead of 802.11ax speed rates
- When using Dual BSS, throughput degradation is observed when streaming 4k video via Bluetooth headset to Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX411 adapters
Changelog for Bluetooth Driver 22.140.0
- Starting with software version 22.140.0, the following Intel wireless products are compatible with Bluetooth 5.3:
Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX210, Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX211, Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX411 (Notes. This does not allow for new features until the Windows operating system supports Bluetooth 5.3 features).
- On some systems, the device appears as “paired” instead of “connected” when a particular headset is turned off and then turned back on.
- On some systems, certain laptops may be on battery power and when the headset is connected to sound after closing the lid or entering hibernation.
- On some systems connected to certain Bluetooth speakers, the sound may not work.
- The Intel Wireless Bluetooth 22.140.0 driver has been updated to include functional updates. Users should upgrade to the latest version.