Before we explain how to disable Bluetooth A2DP hardware offload, let us explain what it is.
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The A2DP stands for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile. It is the Bluetooth Stereo profile defining the quality of stereo audio streaming from one device to another over a Bluetooth connection. Being one of the oldest portions of the combined Bluetooth specification, it is found that A2DP is the default for streaming audio via Bluetooth.
The A2DP is supported in Bluetooth audio products like speakers, headphones, laptops, mobile phones, etc. The need may arise to disable Bluetooth A2DP hardware offload. For that, follow the below steps:
When not needed, Bluetooth A2DP hardware offload must be disabled. The steps described above help you quickly deactivate the option.