Public bug reported:


Internet is full of this for several years and for several years for
whatever reason it's not fixed in Ubuntu without any explanation. It's a
problem with wifi drivers? Or it's a problem with linux bluetooth stack.
Or with kernel or it's only specific to Ubuntu configuration/packaging?
No answers and solution anywhere. Meanwhile i have a new desktop
computer with different hardware (previously Broadcomm, now Realtek) and
guess what? It's still not working in Ubuntu 20.04..

Wifi itself is working properly. Also bluetooth itself semms to work
properly. But try to use both and wifi speed will drop down
significantly, almost stops to something like 20-50 kb/s. Turnning off
Bluetooth and it recovers to full speed.

In my desktop board ASUS ROG-Strix B-450-I Gaming i have build in Wifi
and Bluetooth module from Realtek. It is using kernel module rtw88 - so
much i have finded out. But how to enable and get working coexistence
like in Windows, good luck with that.. almost zero information on the
internet, very end-user unfriedly.

It's about time you start solving similar issues and closing bugreports
or nobody will take your most popular distro seriously..

** Affects: linux (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: Incomplete

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